New York: Harpers, 1929. 12mo. Blue cloth, paper spine label. 175 p. 1st American ed. Very good. 
"This day-to-day journal of one who took part in the hunger strike in Mountjoy jail, Dublin, in 1920, is the record of a spirit sorely beset, alternating between strength and weakness, ecstasy and torment, certainty and doubt" - Book Review Digest.