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" As a result, some sixty years ago, much of the intelligence and charm of these people is due to the absence of any division of labour, and to the correspondingly wide development of each individual, whose varied knowledge and skill necessitates a considerable... "
The Aran Islands
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Modernism, Romance and the Fin de Siècle: Popular Fiction and British Culture

Nicholas Daly - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 220 pages
...the aesthetic idea of a wholeness of life lost in modernization. This makes of them natural artists: It is likely that much of the intelligence and charm...activity of mind. Each man can speak two languages . . . His work changes with the seasons in a way that keeps him free of the dulness that comes to people...
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Being Human: The Search for Order

Seán Ó Nualláin - Religion - 2002 - 209 pages
...build and thatch a house . . . (quoted in Kiberd, ibid.). The Marxist influence can be detected in it is likely that much of the intelligence and charm...correspondingly wide development of each individual. (ibid.) However, his own unsuitability for this Parnassus eventually became apparent to Synge. The...
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