The Feast of Lupercal

By: Moore, Brian

Price: $35.00

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Book Condition: Good+ in Fair dust jacket

Spine has 1/2" at top center, corners bumped, a little edge wear/soiling, some sunning to spine. 'First edition' penciled on ffep. Jacket shows a fair amount of creasing and general wear. A 2" chip at top of spine has torn off and is laid in. Some other chipping/tears, primarily along leading edge. Text block is clean, unmarked, and fairly tight.

"Diarmuid Devine was a guilty prisoner of his own emotions and yearnings. At 37, settled in his ways, painfully shy and inhibited, he met a young girl who seemed to like him. Una Clarke, niece of a fellow instructor at a Catholic boys' school in Belfast, was warm, honest, and impulsive. But hadn't Dev heard that she was a Protestant, 'fast,' that she had been involved with a married man in Dublin? Yet Dev felt a door had opened for him." "A profoundly moving narrative of human love and human inadequacy."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Title: The Feast of Lupercal

Author Name: Moore, Brian

Categories: Fiction,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company: 1957

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ in Fair dust jacket

Seller ID: 002071

Keywords: Fiction Belfast Northern Ireland Diarmuid Devin Fictitious Character Una Clarke Fictitious Character Religious Strife Interfaith Marriage Catholic Schools