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Catherine E Paul

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780989082693

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780989082693.001.0001

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Remains and Removals: The Cuala Press Revival, 1969–1989

Remains and Removals: The Cuala Press Revival, 1969–1989

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(p.151) Remains and Removals: The Cuala Press Revival, 1969–1989
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Writing Modern Ireland
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Thomas Dillon Redshaw

Publisher:
Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780989082693.003.0011

This essay traces the history of the revival of the Cuala Press between 1969 and 1989, focusing on the press's continuing work in craft publishing, disseminating the work of Irish writers, often in service of marketing Ireland and in the face of financial difficulties. It considers the role of Liam Miller in the Cuala Press revival, especially in the publication of the press's first titles. It shows how the Cuala Press, often working in the Arts and Crafts tradition of the earlier incarnations of the Cuala and Dun Emer presses, broadened its scope to include scholarly works on W. B. Yeats and works drawn from Yeats's papers, new works celebrating Anglo-Ireland, as well as new Irish writing including Thomas Kinsella's Notes from the Land of the Dead (1972), John Montague's A Fair House: Versions of Irish Poetry (1973) and Louis MacNeice's song cycle The Revenant (1975). The essay highlights the Cuala Press's continued, if modified, role in Irish literature.

Keywords:   craft publishing, Cuala Press, Irish writers, Liam Miller, Arts and Crafts, W. B. Yeats, Thomas Kinsella, John Montague, Louis MacNeice, Irish literature

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