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Detailed descriptions of the social conventions and camaraderie at traditional Irish funerals. Paid mourners prone to over-exuberant wailing and a fair degree of potato throwing. Enlivening the tough social realities of 17th and 18th C. rural Ireland.
Wakes at Present and Long Ago
Storytelling Singing Music and Dancing Cardplaying Riddles Tonguetwisters Versifying and Repetition of Jingles
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Irish Wake Amusements. Kenneth Porter. The Journal of American Folklore, Vol. ... Irish Wake Amusements. By Sean O'Suilleabhain, translated by the author ...
Keening of the Dead
sometimes harpers were employed- O Súilleabháin, Irish Wake Amusements., p.136. The paid keeners were given food and drink and it is said that the ...
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What is the “Irish Wake” « Gift of Ireland. Help for a heavy heart
O’Suilleabhain, Sean., Irish Wake Amusements., Mercier, Dublin, 1976. Uris, Leon., Trinity., Doubleday, New York, 1976. ...
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Western Folklore: Sean O'Suilleabhain (1903-1996) and the Irish ...
Irish Wake Amusements. Cork: The Mercier Press. 1967b. The Iveragh Fenians in Oral Traditiion. Unitersity Review 4:216-26. 1967c. ...
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Atelier Aterui: Two Japanese Translations of "Finnegans Wake ...
It explains the various features of the Irish wake amusements: ... needless to say, such Irish wake amusements can be found throughout Finnegans Wake. ...
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