Monthly Archives: June 2010

Séadna 8

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Forcing the Roman script on Gaelic Ireland

Some people have told me that native speakers of Irish all accepted the script and spelling change in the 1940s and 1950s. And yet, there was this post in 2007 on the GAEILGE B mailing list, by someone in the … Continue reading

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Séadna 7

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Séadna 6

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Séadna 5

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Séadna

I am now uploading Séadna, the famous novel written by Peadar Ua Laoghaire, chapter by chapter, with grammatical notes. The vocabulary is being progressively entered in my Dictionary of Cork Irish.

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Séadna 4

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Séadna 3

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The Saville Inquiry: a perversion of the concept of justice

There is plenty that could be said on the history of the British in Ireland. We don’t live in a pre-Enlightenment Age and see no reason to “doctor” the facts of history: we must face up to a “warts and … Continue reading

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Séadna 2

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