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The Works of Caitlín Maude (2)

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Full title: Caitlín Maude: dánta, drámaiocht, agus prós

Creator / Author: Caitlín Maude. Ciarán Ó Coigligh a chuir in eagar

Item Type / Page count: Book / 207p

When Published: 2005

Publisher / Place of Publication: Coiscéim / 91 Bothar Bhinn Éadair, Páirc na bhFianna, Binn Éadair, Baile Átha Cliath 13.

About: This book is all that is needed in relation to the literary output of the multifaceted and multi-talented Caitlín Maude. It collects in a single volume two earlier books (‘Dánta’, 1984 and ‘Drámaiocht, agus Prós’, 1988). As well as the poems, plays and prose penned by Caitlín Maude, the book contains two important essays on her work. The first is by Tomás Mac Siomóin in the form of the foreword to the poems (pp 2-17). The second is by the editor, Ciarán Ó Coigligh and entitled ‘Léamh an Eagarthóra ar na Dánta’ (pp 83-111). Both essays are in the Irish Language.

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Contents: Brollach — Focal Buiochais / Ciarán Ó Coigligh – [Caitlín Maude: Dánta] — Réamhra: Ó iochtar mara / Tomás Mac SiomóinImpí – Concerto – Treall – Guimis — Na Blátha – Comhghairdeachas – Iobairt – Rhoda – Aimhréidh – Liobar — An Mháthair — Mo Dháimh — Sneachta 1968 — Lá amháin — Is é an fear céanna — Mar sheach-fhile na bhfilí mbalbh — D’fhan muid ar feadh an lae — Tá sé in am an dán deiridh a scriobh – Dán — D’Iarchara — An Bhileog Bhán — Amhrán Grá Vietnam – Comhairle – Mithráth — Litir ón Aire Cultúir — Do mo Ghrá — Dánta agus Dreancaidi (Miola dáirire) — Géibheann — Oedipus Rex—dhá bhliain d’aois—buachaill beag dá athair — An Mháthairab — Sparán na Péiste Móire – Rámhaillí — A Dhé — Tiomáint na Bó — Amhrán Bréagach – Oilithreacht — An Lá ar Maraiodh an Mhuc — Marbh Beo – Feall — Caoineadh na Mná Ti — Urlabhra Laidine — Mallacht Chromail — I m’áit dhúchais ó thuaidh — Idir an Paidrín Páirteach — An tÉinin Dubh — Comhdhail na nOthar — “Watch that passionate man” — “Is there one who understands me?” — Rachainn go Ceann Léime leat –Santaim rann na sláinte – Silstean — Snim agus snasaim – Rún — Fliuchann an braon mé – Léamh an Eagarthóra ar na Dánta — Ord na nDánta — Clár na nDánta a foilsiodh — Aitheasc cois uaigh Chaitlín Maude-Ui Luain R.I.P / Ciarán Ó Coigligh — Clár na gCéadlínte.

[Caitlín Maude: Drámaíocht agus pros] – RéamhráAn Lasair Choille — An Bhréag — Snas agus Éascaiocht — Ciseán nó Dhó — Tost Dátheangach — An Bonnán Buí — Tiarnaí Talún na Cathrach — Duais-Aistí 1972 — Cuairt ar an mBriotáin — Comhluadar Gaelach — Cén Bóthar? — Margadh na Saoire — Malairt SaoiI — Dátheangachas agus Ilteangachas sna Tiortha Ceilteacha — Trá no Tuile — An tSiceolaiocht agus an Pholaitiocht — An Dá Thra — Togadh an Da Dhiogha — Madrai an BhaiIe — Glaoch ó Dhia — An Mháthairab — Tigh Nábla – Luaithe — Clár Saothair Drámaíochta agus Próis.

WW Connection #1: Caitlín Maude spent some time as a teacher in Carnew in South West Wicklow.

Extra #1: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #2: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

Extra #3: Link to the Publisher’s website .

Extra #4: Link to an Irish Language biographical essay on Caitlín Maude via ainm.ie.

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Brief Irish Lives (5) – Harry Lush (The Beatles Tinahely Connection)

 

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Full title: Beathaisnéis (Volumes 1-9)

Creator / Author: Diarmuid Breathnach & Máire Ní Mhurchú

Item Type / Page count [1]: Book Series / Various pagings

Item Type / Page count [2]: Website / Publicly accessible

When Published: [1] Book Series 1986-2003 / [2] Website 2011-

Publisher / Place of Publication [1]: An Clóchomhar / Dublin.

Publisher / Place of Publication [2]: Fiontar / Olscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath, Baile Atha Cliath / Dublin City University, Dublin.

About: The Beathaisnéis Series comprises nine volumes of short Irish-language essays on the lives of important and not-so-important Irish-speaking men and women. There are over 1,700 people featured from 1560 to the present and we will revisit this excellent series to highlight other Irish speakers who have a connection to West Wicklow. The text of all 9 volumes has now been digitised and published as a fully-searchable database on the website Ainm.ie

This blog entry refers to William Henry (Harry) Lush. Harry Lush was born near Kilglass, Co. Sligo in 1916. He had an aptitude for the Irish Language that enabled him to avail of a number Irish-of scholarships and after graduating from Trinity College he spent some time as a teacher of Irish and Sports. Interestingly, he gave this up to become the manager of the Adelphi Cinema in Dublin. In the course of his work there he met many well-known people, including Cary Grant, Eamon De Valera and The Beatles. He was responsible for the safe passage of the Fab Four from the cinema when the excitement of the fans threatened to get out of hand!

ID number(s): 0953294730 / 9780903758765 / 0903758652 / 0903758830 / 0903758768 / 9780903758550

WW Connection #1: The Lush Family moved from Sligo to West Wicklow, lived at Coolroe, Tinahely and had a farm in Ballinglen.

Extra #1: Link to the biographical essay on Harry Lush via ainm.ie.

Extra #2: For additional information and photographs visit the Lush Family Website.

Extra #3: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #4: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

The Works of Caitlín Maude (1)

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Full title: Caitlín Maude: drámaíocht agus prós

Creator / Author: Caitlín Maude, edited by Ciarán Ó Coigligh

Item Type / Page count: Book / 102p

When Published: 1988

Publisher / Place of Publication: Coiscéim / 127 Bóthar na Trá, Baile Átha Cliath 4.

About: This is a collection of the plays and prose of the Irish-language writer, Caitlín Maude (1941-1982). She was also a teacher, poet, actress and singer. She died from cancer at the relatively young age of 41, and has left a small but significant artistic legacy. A primary school in Tallaght, Dublin is named after her.

ID number(s): None

Contents: Réamhrá – An Lasair Choille [play] – An Bhreág – Snas agus Éascaíocht – Ciseán Nó Dhó – Tost Dátheangach – An Bunnán Buí – Tiarnaí Talún na Cathrach – Duais-Aistí 1972 – Cuairt ar an mBriotáin – Comhluadar Gaelach – Cén Bóthar? – Margadh na Saoire – Malairt Saoil – Dátheangachas agus Ilteangachas sna Tíortha Ceilteacha – Trá nó Tuile – An tSíceolaíocht agus an Pholaitíocht – An Dá Thrá – Toghadh an dá Dhíogha – Madraí an Bhaile – Glaoch ó Dhia – An Mháthairab [play] – Tigh Nábla – Luaithe – Aguisín: Rún – Fliuchann an braon mé – Clár Saothair Drámaíochta agus Próis – Innéacs.

WW Connection #1: Caitlín Maude spent some time as a teacher in Carnew in South West Wicklow.

Extra #1: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #2: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

Extra #3: Link to an Irish-language biographical essay on Caitlín Maude via website ainm.ie.

Brief Irish Lives (4) – Caitlín Maude (1941-1982)

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Full title: Beathaisnéis (Volumes 1-9)

Creator / Author: Diarmuid Breathnach & Máire Ní Mhurchú

Item Type / Page count [1]: Book Series / Various pagings

Item Type / Page count [2]: Website / Publicly accessible

When Published: [1] Book Series 1986-2003 / [2] Website 2011-

Publisher / Place of Publication [1]: An Clóchomhar / Dublin.

Publisher / Place of Publication [2]: Fiontar / Olscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath, Baile Atha Cliath / Dublin City University, Dublin.

About: The Beathaisnéis Series comprises nine volumes of short Irish-language essays on the lives of important and not-so-important Irish-speaking men and women. There are over 1,700 people featured from 1560 to the present and we will revisit this excellent series to highlight other Irish speakers who have a connection to West Wicklow. The text of all 9 volumes has now been digitised and published as a fully-searchable database on the website Ainm.ie

This blog entry refers to Caitlín Maude who was born in Casla (Costelloe) in the Galway Gaeltacht in 1941. Caitlín was a multi-talented individual. Her profession was as a teacher but she was also a dramatist, poet, actress, singer and musician. She died from cancer at the relatively young age of 41, and has left a small but significant artistic legacy.

ID number(s): 0953294730 / 9780903758765 / 0903758652 / 0903758830 / 0903758768 / 9780903758550

WW Connection #1: Caitlín Maude spent some time as a teacher in Carnew in South West Wicklow.

Extra #1: Link to the biographical essay on Caitlín Maude via ainm.ie.

Extra #2: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #3: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

Protestant and Proudly Bilingual

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Full title: An Ghaeilge in Eaglais na hÉireann

Creator / Author:Risteárd Giltrap

Item Type / Page count: Book / 151p

When Published: 1990

Publisher / Place of Publication: Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise / [Ardteampall Chríost, Baile Átha Cliath 8]

About: All you need to know about how the Church of Ireland has embraced the Irish Language over the centuries. This book, published by the Irish Guild of the Church of Ireland and written in Irish, traces the history of the use of the Irish Language in the Church of Ireland up to the twentieth-century.

ID number(s): None

Contents: Buíochas – Brollach – Réamhfhocal — An Mhocheaglais – Lámhschríbhiní agus Scoileanna na Manach — Cailliúint an Neamhspleáchais: Brú ar na nGaelige — Ré Éilíse — Ábhar scríofa tri Ghaeilge – Tiomna Nua Uí Dhomhnaill — Coinnealbhá Éilíse — Bunú Choláiste naTríonóide — Aistriú an Leabhar Urnaí le Uilliam Ó Domhnaill — An Ghaeilge i gColáiste naTríonóide — Bedell — Údarás na hEaglaise I gcoimhlint le Bedell — Comhthionól Eaglaise 1634 agus an 28ú d’Anraoi VIII — Patrick Dunkin – Reachtaire i nDomhnach Mór, Condae an Dúin — Polasaí an Ghalldachais san Eaglais — Polasaí Iompaitheoireachta: John Richardson – Reachtaire ar pharóiste Anna nó Béal Tairbert — Hugh Boulter mar phríomháidh ag ullmhú d’Eaglais Aontaithe Shasana agus Éireann — Bunú an Chumainn chun oideachas a chur chun cinn i measc bhochtáin na hÉireann sa bhliain 1811 (An Cumann Phlás Chill Dara) — An Irish Society — Bille Oideachais Stanley 1831 — An ‘Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language’ agus Tomás Ó Néil Ruiséil — Euseby Cleaver – Maxwell Close – Conradh na Gaeilge – Seirbhísí trí Ghaeilge: An tUrramach James Hannay: Déan Bernard – Ó Casey; Blythe; Irvine; Deacon – Bunú Chumann Gaelach na hEaglaise – An Crinniú bunaidh 29.4.14 agus Cuspóirí an Chumainn – Aidhmeanna an Chumainn á gcur i gcrích; An ceangal leis an Mhocheaglais: Ranganna do lucht foghlama na Gaeilge – An Scoilt sa chumann ‘Comhluadar Gaodhalach na Fiadhnaise’ – An Eaglais in amhras faoin gCumann: Seoirse de Rút – Bunú an ‘tEaglaiseacht Gaodhalach’. An Cumann gníomhach i gcúrsaí eaglasta agus i gcúrsaí náisiúnta – An scoilt leigheasta: Aidhmeanna an ‘Gaelic Churchman’ – An tUrramach Canónach Willis mar Uachtarán ar an gCumann – Fáilte mhór d’ Eamonn de Valéra – An tArdeaspag J.A.F. Gregg ina chara maith don gCumann – Polasaí an Chumainn i leith na Gaelige éigeantaí: Bunú Choláiste Moibhí – Bás Neilí Uí Bhriain agus Deireadh leis an Gaelic Churchman – Am daingnaithe agus neathaithe don Chumann: Dearcadh ní ba dhearfaí i leith na Gaelige – Leas-Uachtarán an Chumainn ina Uacharán ar Éirinn 1938 – An Teampall Molyneux: An ‘K’ Club: An Buachaillín Buí – Eaglais dá gcuid féin ag an gCummann – Eaglais Naomh Finghin – Cinneadh chun Leabhar Urnaí Nua agus Leabhar iomann nua a gcur i gcló – An Cinneadh chun éirí as Eaglais Naomh Finghin: Dhá mhórshaothar curtha i gcrích – Tosach na Seascaidí – Deireadh na Seascaidí – Éarlaimh agus Oifigigh an Chumainn 1970: Flaithiúlacht an Chumainn: Feachtas bolscaireachta dírithe ar na Scoileanna – Seirbhísí Lá ‘le Pádraig: Seirbhísí Éacuiméineachta: Dónal Fíoroirmh. Caird ina Uachtarán ar an gCumann – Easpa ministéirí le cumas Gaeilge: Móréachtaí Chosslett Uí Chuinn ar son an Chumainn – An Chríoch – Leabharliosta.

WW Connection #1: The author, Risteárd Giltrap hails from Glashina, near Blessington.

Extra #1: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #2: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

Extra #3: Contains many black and white photographs and illustrations.

Extra #4: This book won a prize in Comórtas an Oireachtais 1989.

Extra #5: Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise – the Irish Guild of the Church of Ireland was founded 100 years ago today. Comhghairdeas! Visit their website and their Facebook Page.

Meditations as Gaelige

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Full title: Salmurnaithe

Creator / Author: Caoimhín de Líon (writer) and Bríd Dáibhís (translator)

Item Type / Page count: Book / 160p

When Published: 2001

Publisher / Place of Publication: Foilseacháin Ábhair Spioradálta, Teach Manresa, S.J., Baile na gCorr, Cluain Tarbh, Baile Átha Cliath 3.

About: A book of meditations and prayers based on Psalms 1-150. This is a translation into the Irish language of the collection titled ‘Psalm Prayers for Every Mood’. The original English-language edition was published under the author’s English name, Kevin Lyon, in 1997 and issued in a new revised edition in 2000.

ID number(s): 0954075323

Chapters: Macnamh ar Shalm 1, 2, 3…….Macnamh ar Shalm 148, 149, 150.

WW Connection #1: The original author served at various times, as parish priest of Blessington, of Dunlavin and of Donard.

Extra #1: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #2: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

Extra #3: Link to the author’s website http://www.kevinlyon.info/index.html

Brief Irish Lives (3) – Jeremiah Moynihan (1866-1934)

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Full title: Beathaisnéis (Volumes 1-9)

Creator / Author: Diarmuid Breathnach & Máire Ní Mhurchú

Item Type / Page count [1]: Book Series / Various pagings

Item Type / Page count [2]: Website / Publicly accessible

When Published: [1] Book Series 1986-2003 / [2] Website 2011-

Publisher / Place of Publication [1]: An Clóchomhar / Dublin.

Publisher / Place of Publication [2]: Fiontar / Olscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath, Baile Atha Cliath / Dublin City University, Dublin.

About: The Beathaisnéis Series comprises nine volumes of short Irish-language essays on the lives of important and not-so-important Irish-speaking men and women. There are over 1,700 people featured from 1560 to the present and we will revisit this excellent series to highlight other Irish speakers who have a connection to West Wicklow. The text of all 9 volumes has now been digitised and published as a fully-searchable database on the website Ainm.ie

This blog entry refers to Jeremiah Moynihan (Diarmuid Ó Muimhneacháin)  who was a member of the Royal Irish Constabulary between 1890-1920. He was born in 1866 in the parish of Ballyvourney in Cork into a family of well-known Irish poets. He retained this interest throughout his life and published pieces in various publications. A selection of his work appeared in book form in 1946 under the title ‘Bhéarsaí “Dhá Chích Dhanann”‘. After retiring he took a farm in Manor Kilbride but continued his love of Irish culture by teaching classes in Tallaght, Brittas and Newcastle. He is buried in Baltinglass.

ID number(s): 0953294730 / 9780903758765 / 0903758652 / 0903758830 / 0903758768 / 9780903758550

WW Connection #1: Jeremiah Moynihan served as an RIC sergeant in both Baltinglass and Kiltegan.

Extra #1: Link to the biographical essay on Jeremiah Moynihan via ainm.ie.

Extra #2: Browse the 1901 Census entry for Moynihan Family in Baltinglass.

Extra #3: Browse the 1911 Census entry for Moynihan Family in Baltinglass.

Extra #4: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #5: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

Brief Irish Lives (2) – Jennie Wyse Power (1858-1941)

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Full title: Beathaisnéis (Volumes 1-9)

Creator / Author: Diarmuid Breathnach & Máire Ní Mhurchú

Item Type / Page count [1]: Book Series / Various pagings

Item Type / Page count [2]: Website / Publicly accessible

When Published: [1] Book Series 1986-2003 / [2] Website 2011-

Publisher / Place of Publication [1]: An Clóchomhar / Dublin.

Publisher / Place of Publication [2]: Fiontar / Olscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath, Baile Atha Cliath / Dublin City University, Dublin.

About: The Beathaisnéis Series comprises nine volumes of short Irish-language essays on the lives of important and not-so-important Irish-speaking men and women. There are over 1,700 people featured from 1560 to the present and we will revisit this excellent series to highlight other Irish speakers who have a connection to West Wicklow. The text of all 9 volumes has now been digitised and published as a fully-searchable database on the website Ainm.ie

This blog entry refers to Jennie Wyse Power (Siobhán de Paor) who was prominent in public life in Ireland and was one of the pioneers in the participation of women in political life. She worked with some of the most famous names in Irish history such as Michael Davitt,  Charles Stewart Parnell, Arthur Griffith and Eamon de Valera. She became the first President of Cumann na mBan (the women’s auxiliary to the Irish Volunteers) and was a member of the Irish Senate.

ID number(s): 0953294730 / 9780903758765 / 0903758652 / 0903758830 / 0903758768 / 9780903758550

WW Connection #1: Jennie Wyse Power (née O’Toole) was born in Baltinglass, Co.Wicklow in 1858

Extra #1: Link to the biographical essay on Jennie Wyse Power via ainm.ie.

Extra #2: Browse the 1901 Census entry for Jennie Wyse Power in Dublin.

Extra #3: Browse the 1911 Census entry for Jennie Wyse Power in Dublin.

Extra #4: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #5: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

Brief Irish Lives (1) – Gladys Allen (1918-1986)

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Full title: Beathaisnéis (Volumes 1-9)

Creator / Author: Diarmuid Breathnach & Máire Ní Mhurchú

Item Type / Page count [1]: Book Series / Various pagings

Item Type / Page count [2]: Website / Publicly accessible

When Published: [1] Book Series 1986-2003 / [2] Website 2011-

Publisher / Place of Publication [1]: An Clóchomhar / Dublin.

Publisher / Place of Publication [2]: Fiontar / Olscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath, Baile Atha Cliath / Dublin City University, Dublin.

About: The Beathaisnéis Series comprises nine volumes of short Irish language essays on the lives of important and not-so-important Irish-speaking men and women. There are over 1,700 people featured from 1560 to the present and we will revisit this excellent series to highlight other Irish speakers who have a connection to West Wicklow. The text of all 9 volumes has now been digitised and published as a fully-searchable database on the website Ainm.ie

This blog entry refers to Gladys Allen (Gleadas Ní Allúin) who was a prominent figure in Church of Ireland Irish Language education. She was Principal of Coláiste Moibhí, the training college for teachers in Church of Ireland schools.

ID number(s): 0953294730 / 9780903758765 / 0903758652 / 0903758830 / 0903758768 / 9780903758550

WW Connection #1: Gladys Allen (1918-96) was a native of Donaghmore.

Extra #1: Link to the biographical essay on Gladys Allen via ainm.ie.

Extra #2: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #3: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.

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