Ó Bruadair: selected poems of Dáibhí Ó Bruadair

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Gallery Press, 1985 - Poetry - 53 pages
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In this collection Hartnett relays the complete scope of Daibhi O Bruadair's (c. 1623-1698) attitudes and subject matter. Sometimes lyrical, sometimes charged with spleen, they range from the epigrammatic to the prolix, and include laments, both personal and communal.

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Dáibhí being a relation I have to admit this is a great book, one of the best I have read on Dáibhí
Michéal Ó Bruadair

Contents

Introduction page
9
Because of the distress
22
The Shipwreck
35
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