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Lúb ar phár ; 5. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Mac Maoláin, Seán. ISBN: 3631495269 Author: Bernhard, Armin. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Seán Mac Maoláin agus ceart na Gaeilge, Gearóidín Uí Laighléis.
Seán Mac Maoláin (1884-1973).
Mar chuid de Sheachtain na Gaeilge, roghnaíodh Mac Mathúna mar dhuine de mhórscríbhneoirí na Gaeilge chun blaiseadh dá cheird a chur ar fáil d'éisteoirí an chláir. Ciarraíoch is ea Mac Mathúna a bhfuil máistreacht aige ar fhoirmeacha éagsúla liteartha, ina measc, drámaíocht, gearrscéalaíocht agus úrscéalaíocht. Leifídh sé Págánaigh, gearrscéal ón gcnuasach Banana a d'fhoilsigh Cois Life sa bhliain 1999. Is féidir éisteacht siar le cartlann an chláir ar shuíomh gréasáin an chláir, anseo.
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Seán Mac Mathúna is an Irish writer whose work has been published in both Irish and English. He was born in Tralee, County Kerry and attended University College Cork. He began his literary career as a writer of short stories, a number of which were published in Irish in Comhar and in English in the Irish Times and the Irish Press. In 1983 his first collection, entitled Ding (Wedge), was published by An Comhlacht Oideachais
The Irish form Mac (pronounced Mec son of) Maoláin evolved primarily in the provinces of Connacht, Leinster and also in Ulster, where the influx of Scot Irish McMillan who adopted the Irish form McMullen makes separation of the native Irish difficult. Mac Maoláin of Maigh Seóla. Maelan mac Cathmogha was king of Maigh Seóla (now part of County Galway) at his death in 848, claimed as an ancestor of the southern Ui Briuin family, though historians such as T. F. O'Rahilly thought the connection fictitious
Seán na Cille Mac Criomhthain (1875-1955) and collective memory continuities with life beyond the Gaeltacht’ was the title. It is a comparative discussion of a Gaeltacht storyteller's attitude to his immediate environment as well as to his perception of environments further afield. One should keep in mind that the term 'environment' in this context is understood as per its widest possible meaning. by Seaghan Mac an tSionnaigh. Moladh an dán go mór, nó, ar a laghad sin a dúirt lucht an bhreithiúnais ag an am, agus ar ndóigh bhí an ceart acu. Bookmark.