An Draoidín

Séamus Ó Grianna (Máire)

Editorial: Oifig an tSoláthair, 1959
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Título: An Draoidín
Editorial: Oifig an tSoláthair
Año de publicación: 1959
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Fine
Edición: 1st Edition

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Maire (Seamus O Grianna)
Publicado por Oifig an tSolatahair, Baile Atha Cliath (1959)
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Descripción Oifig an tSolatahair, Baile Atha Cliath, 1959. Hard Cover. Condición: Very Good. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Good. First Edition. Pp.287. Red cloth. D.j.nicked at corners. Scarce, especially with d.j. Maire (Seamus O Grianna) (1889-1969) was born in Donegal. Born into a family of poets and storytellers in Ranafast, County Donegal, he attended local primary school until the age of 14. He spent several years at home and as a seasonal worker in Scotland. He attended an Irish language summer college in 1910 and taught for a while for the Gaelic League. He trained formally as a teacher in St. Patrick's College, Dublin, 1912-14, and taught mostly in County Donegal until 1920. He became involved with political matters and was interned as a republican during the Irish Civil War. He worked subsequently as a translator for An Gúm, in the Irish Civil Service, and on Irish dictionaries in the Department of Education. He expressed bitterness with Irish language politics, however, and in 1966 joined the "Language Freedom Movement". His prolific literary output, spanning more than fifty years and including novels, short stories, essays, autobiography, and his famous Rann na Feirste, is a romantic and nostalgic celebration of his native place, its rich oral tradition, poetic speech, colourful characters, local lore, and varied landscape. He was the most influential of the Donegal school of regional writers and the Gaeltacht writer most widely read and imitated by native speakers and learners of Irish during the twentieth century. He is a brother of fellow-writer Seosamh Mac Grianna. Séamus Ó Grianna's novel Caisleáin Óir was developed into a musical and was premiered in An Grianán Theatre, Letterkenny, County Donegal in 2000. It was written by Leslie Long, Kathleen Ruddy and Phil Dalton. It has since had several sell-out runs in County Donegal. Size: 8vo. Nº de ref. del artículo: 017880

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