7 edition of A view of the Irish found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DA959.1 .C57 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||84171073|
(fitting that this book, that deals among other things with slaves and free men, is written by a man with a surname of 'Freeman') This is a biography seeking the true, historic man and talks about the world of the time too, which tells us things that any written material may not be able to (through archaeology)/5(74). This is a great read that really breaks down the relationship between American Descendants of Slavery and the Irish, while American History has tried to paint our trials and tribulations as being similar, the truth is that this book shows that that is untrue, the Irish were able to simulate into whiteness on Cited by:
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A view of Ireland; twelve essays on different aspects of Irish life and the Irish countryside. The 'traditional' view is that, in the 4th or 5th century, Goidelic language and Gaelic culture was brought to Scotland by settlers from Ireland, who founded the Gaelic kingdom of Dál Riata on Scotland's west coast. This is based mostly on medieval writings from the 9th and 10th lia: 7,,
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These twelve short lectures, though published almost fifty years ago, provide a very readable and informative survey of the Irish language.
Those on the history of Irish are still very relevant, whilst the extensive captions to the black and white illustrations at the end of the book make interesting reading as a chapter in their own right/5.
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More of a drill at times would be nice, too. However, the intracies of the language, including grammar and pronunciation, are well explained, and that is much needed, as Irish is unlike many Europeans languages in many respects. The book is also well thought-out mostly, very readable and accessible, /5(27).
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