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The Road to Brightcity and Other Stories is a translation by Eogh. These heart stopping stories evidently now long out of print are set in the wilds of the west of Ireland early in the 20th century The author published these in Irish Gaelic in the 1940s; they were not translated into English until 1981 A must read of Irish literature The Dreadlock Journey is a translation by Eogh. These heart stopping stories evidently now long out of print are set Lunastus in the wilds of the west of Ireland early Timetrap in the 20th century The author published these Cache in Irish Gaelic Cache in the 1940s; they were not translated The academic library into English until 1981 A must read of Irish literature

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An Ó Tuairisc of a selection of short stories by Máirtín Ó Ca. Sought this out because I was utterly captivated by Ó Cadhain's story The Hare Lip in the Oxford Book of Irish Short stories William Trevor editor Ó Cadhain is also the author of the astonishing novel Cré na Cille translated either as Graveyard Clay or the Dirty Dust He wrote in Irish but his stories are beautifully translated by Eoghan Ó Tuairisc even without speaking Irish you can tell from the prose that the translation is unusually graceful The stories collected here are less experimental in format than Cré na Cille but I would argue that Ó Cadhain's willingness to plumb the wild depths of human nature ventures outside the realm of conventional fiction The focus of this collection is on the lives of 20th century country people in Ireland's gorgeous but impoverished West He often writes from the perspective of women and he does so with great insight and empathy The diaspora is deeply present here many stories focus on the experience of emigrants their families and two stories follow the experience of Mairead a young woman who goes to America and returns for her sweetheart after ten years Ó Cadhain excels at depicting the difference between what people say to each other and what they actually believe all the nuances that can be difficult to address let alone analyze either in life or art Road to Brightcity is not only an ambitious collection but a precious record of a way of life that may have vanished from contemporary Ireland but still casts a huge influence A Drop Around the World in the Oxford Book of Irish Short stories William Trevor editor Ó Cadhain Holiness is also the author of the astonishing novel Cré na Cille translated either as Graveyard Clay or the Dirty Dust He wrote Step by Step in Irish but his stories are beautifully translated by Eoghan Ó Tuairisc even without speaking Irish you can tell from the prose that the translation Oswald Mathias Ungers is unusually graceful The stories collected here are less experimental Afghan Guerrilla Warfare: In the Words of the Mjuahideen Fighters (Zenith Military Classics) in format than Cré na Cille but I would argue that Ó Cadhain's willingness to plumb the wild depths of human nature ventures outside the realm of conventional fiction The focus of this collection Pontius Pilate, Saint Ronan of Brittany, Th�ophile: Three Plays in Verse (Classic Reprint) is on the lives of 20th century country people Black Friday (Maggie ODell, in Ireland's gorgeous but Madrid impoverished West He often writes from the perspective of women and he does so with great Das Urantia Buch insight and empathy The diaspora Zoo is deeply present here many stories focus on the experience of emigrants their families and two stories follow the experience of Mairead a young woman who goes to America and returns for her sweetheart after ten years Ó Cadhain excels at depicting the difference between what people say to each other and what they actually believe all the nuances that can be difficult to address let alone analyze either Singapore & Penang Street Food: Cooking & Travelling in Singapore and Malasia in life or art Road to Brightcity The Web and The Wing is not only an ambitious collection but a precious record of a way of life that may have vanished from contemporary Ireland but still casts a huge The Web and The Wing influence

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Dhain The Withering Branch The Year 1912 Tabu Son of the Tax King. I've read a number of Irish short story authors that focus on rural Ireland eg O'Flaherty McLaverty etc and absolutely none approach the genius of Ó Cadhain Very few of his works have been translated into English I believe only this story collection another story collection called Dhá Scéal Two Stories and a novel Cré na Cille have been translated so far This is a shame His short stories deserve to be widely read and known outside of Ireland Had I not stumbled across a copy of Dhá Scéal at a thrift store by accident I doubt I ever would have heard of him and I would have missed out on some truly wonderful writing Under My Skin into English I believe only this story collection another story collection called Dhá Scéal Two Stories and a novel Cré na Cille have been translated so far This Glazes Cone 6: 1240 C / 2264 F is a shame His short stories deserve to be widely read and known outside of Ireland Had I not stumbled across a copy of Dhá Scéal at a thrift store by accident I doubt I ever would have heard of him and I would have missed out on some truly wonderful writing