The Book of Cáit ní Dhuibhir: manuscript
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A calligraphed manuscript containing thirteen poems by Moirin Cheavasa. Each poem was written out by the hand of calligrapher Liam O Duinn. Several pages contain handwritten corrections by Colm O Lochlainn. Both the cover of the manuscript and the enclosure bear the logo of the Three Candles Press. The item was exhibited as an illuminated manuscript at Seventh Exhibition of the Arts and Crafts Society in Dublin in 1925.
- Cheavasa, Moirin (Person)
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Open for research.
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Irish author. Moirin Cheavasa was born in Pinner, England of Anglo-Irish ancestry. She moved to Ireland in 1907 and enrolled in Ballingeary College. She married Claude Cheavasa and lived in Galway in 1917 and was received into the Catholic Church in 1935. They maintained an Irish-speaking household. Her literary output besides poetry included fiction, drama, and biography.
1 Volumes : 10 leaves ; 21 x 25 cm
Purchased from De Búrca Rare Books in 2005.
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Also includes a hand-made enclosure for the manuscript and a ticket from the seventh Arts and Craft Society Exhibition.
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