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Death in the Quadrangle - Eilis Dillon
1956 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Faber, London
A VG indeed book in price clipped dust wrapper
The book shows small neat name and some scattered spotting
The jacket shows some chipping to spine and shelf wear to extremeties
A scarce book set at King's University in Dublin
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Synopsis
Living in rather too comfortable retirement at Crane's Court, Professor Daly was overjoyed at the invitation to give the Keyes Lectures at his old college. The Keyes Lectures consisted of an annual series often lectures, given by an eminent literary man, on the vast subject of the Novel. The fee offered was large enough to command respect, though not so large as popular rumour declared it to be. Professor Daly cared little for this, for he had an adequate income of his own. What really pleased him was the honour which the invitation conferred upon him. Though he was the author of a vast number of books, no one would have called Professor Daly an eminent literary man. His purple novels were written under the pseudonym of Rosemary Downes, and had fluttered the hearts of dowagers and scullery-maids alike over a great many years.

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