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Bhí sé ina láithreoir sa chlár raidió ‘The Long Note’ ··· Deir Ríonach freisin: ‘Is saibhre go mór an bailiúchan de bharr na dialainne a scríobh sé ina ndéantar cur síos ar imeachtaí an lae.’ Bhí sé pósta ar Peg Feindt, Meiriceánach, agus bhí cónaí air in Portland, Oregan, ar feadh 1979-1997 ach d’fhill sé ar Éirinn agus chuir faoi i mBaile Átha Cliath
Ba é Risteard (1830-1910), feirmeoir i gCnoc Chonaill Aodha idir Eochaill agus Cill Ia, a athair agus ba í Peg Long a mháthair
‘For Big Peg—Peig Mhór—is one of the finest speakers on the Island; she has so clean and finished a style of speech that you can follow all the nicest articulations of the language on her lips without any effort; she is a natural orator, with so keen a sense of the turn of phrase and the lifting rhythm appropriate to Irish that her words could be written down as they leave her lips, and they would have the effect of literature with no savour of the artificiality of composition ··· She is wont to illustrate her talks with tales, long and short, which come in naturally along the flow of conversation, and lighten up all our discourse of the present with the wit and wisdom and folly and vivid incident of the past’ (The Western Island or the Great Blasket, 1944)
Peg Long ab ainm dá mháthair