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Luirgean Eachainn Nìll

Luirgean Eachainn Nìll

a collection of folktales told by Hector Campbell

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Published by Acair in [Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tales -- Nova Scotia -- Cape Breton Island.,
  • Scots -- Nova Scotia -- Cape Breton Island -- Folklore.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementtranscribed and translated from the original Gaelic by Margaret MacDonell and John Shaw.
    ContributionsCampbell, Hector, 1888-1976., MacDonell, Margaret, 1920-., Shaw, John William.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination90 p. :
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16546298M
    ISBN 100861520866

    This book includes a copy of the inventory of O'Neill's library and so is a useful aid to consulting the collection. O'Neill's published music collections had an enormous influence on Irish music of the twentieth century. O'Neill lightly annotated the books in his library, usually with notes on variant names of tunes or on the source of a tune. Ceòlas, Daliburgh, United Kingdom. K likes. Music, song and dance in the Gaelic speaking community of South Uist.

    Description: Béaloideas / The Journal of the Folklore of Ireland Society is an annual peer-reviewed journal with an Editorial Board and an International Advisory Board. It publishes a variety of scholarly, analytical articles dealing with folkloristics and with aspects of the folklore of Ireland and neighbouring countries, particularly Scotland and the Isle of Man. Articles discuss and. Louise O'Neill is the author of Only Ever Yours, which won the YA Book Prize, among other distinctions. She was born in west Cork in She studied English at Trinity College Dublin and has worked for the senior style director of American Elle magazine. She is currently working as a 4/5(8).

      I loved book 1. The characters were fabulous and the plot was phenomenal. In book 2 you have a completely different dynamic. You have new narrators, new characters and a desperate NIL. The island has shifted after Thad and Charley departure and it leaves Rives and NIL a little out of sorts trying to recover from such a huge s:   Louise O’Neill Upon hearing that I’ve written a novel, some people want to know where I get my ideas from, as if there’s an idea-shop you can just pop in to on your way home from work. Lidl will probably start offering ‘Idee’s’ soon. They’re basically the same thing as ideas but far cheaper.&nb.


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Married Neil Campbell of Judique. They settled first in Barrachois and then moved to Judique. They had a family and one of their children was the famous Gaelic storyteller, "Eachann Nill Thearlaich", some of whose stories were recently published under the title, "Luirgean Eachainn Nill".

Books list by author Iris Johansen. The Delaney Christmas Carol (Christmas Past). Rugadh Eamag ni’n Rabairt `ic Eachainn `ic Eachainn Nìll Lodaidh ann am Badaig, Siorramachd Bhioctoria. B’ ann à Eilean nam Muc a thàinig a cuideachd agus thug `ad suas fearann ann an Gleann nam Màgan, Siorramachd Inbhirnis, far a bheil teaghlach Eamaig fhathast a’ fuireach `s a' là an diugh.

Tha Eamag `na ban-sgoilear.Shaw, Luirgean Eachainn Nill. Folktales from Cape Breton (Maiire Ni Annrachain) ; Tocher, Uimh.(Maire Ni'Annrachain) ; Leachtai' Cholm Ci (Miirtin 6 Briain) ;James Porter, The Ballad Image.

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