In Ireland Long Ago
This volume is an account of all aspects of Irish folk life. The reader i s invited to call on people in their homes, to listen to their tales and gossip and to taste their food and drink, to admire their pots and pans and agricultural implements, to meet a water diviner, to join a faction fight, to hurry to a wedding and to bow down in remembrance of the dead.
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The Light and the Fire
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