Sean O'Casey: The Man and His Work by David Krause

$ 12.00

David Krause, 'Sean O'Casey:  The Man and his Work,' published by Collier Books, New York.  Originally published in 1960, this is the first Collier Books edition of 1962.

Sean O'Casey:  The Man and His Work is a 412 page paperback measuring 7" x 4".  The cover has very light wear.  Inside, the pages are clean and pristine, with tight binding and no evidence of use.  The condition is very good.

Book Summary

"In telling the story of O'Casey's life from its beginning in a Dublin slum through turbulent years of public and private revolution to world fame, David Krause captures some of O'Casey's own fierce anger and exaltation.  But when characterizing the achievement of O'Casey's remarkable autobiography, Dr. Krause is clear-eyed, temperate and informative.  He has written the first full-length study of O'Casey and it is a worthy tribute to a great writer and a great human being."

--David H. Greene, author of J.M. Synge, 1871-1909