O Rathaille

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Gallery Press, 1998 - Poetry - 78 pages
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Michael Hartnett's masterly translations of Aodhagan O Rathaille (c.1670-1729) grant us entry into issues of religious, political, and economic conflict. They marry the energy of the original meters to the vitality of fervent speech. A variety of Gaelic forms pulses with excitements and anxieties. The laments fuse personal and cultural sorrows and proffer reports of the death of an entire civilization.

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Contents

Introduction rfge
11
Silver of Silver
17
On the Death of Tadhg 6 Croinms Three Children
23
Copyright

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