George Moore

George Moore was an Irish novelist, short story writer, and dramatist.  His writings influenced James Joyce, and although Moore’s work is sometimes seen as outside the mainstream of both Irish and British literature, he is as often regarded as the first great modern Irish novelist.  He worked with W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory to establish the Irish Literary Theatre.   He then became deeply involved in the Irish Literary Revival.

Notable Works in ARB’s collection:

  • Celibates (1895), 1st edition
  • Confessions of a young man (1904), special edition, proof sheet of another (original?) edition, and an autograph letter from the author to the publisher inserted
  • Letters from George Moore to Ed. Dujardin (1929), special edition (no.105 of 668), signed
  • The collected works of George Moore (1922-24), special edition (no.163 of 1000), signed
  • The making of an immortal (1927), special edition (1240 copies), signed
  • Ulick and Soracha (1926), special edition (no.379 of 1250), signed
  • Moore versus Harris; an intimate correspondence between George Moore and Frank Harris relating to the Brook Kerith, Heloise and Abelard… (1925), special edition (no.187 of 1000), signed
  • Conversations in Ebury street (1924), special edition (no.30 of 1030), signed
  • Avowals (1919), special edition (no.107 of 1000), signed
  • Esther Waters (1913), signed

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