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Bhí sé pósta ar Marianne Ryan [Field Day. Anthology of Irish Writing, imleabhar 5, 2002]
Tá cúpla dán léi roghnaithe in The Field Day Anthology (Iml
Roghnaíodh ‘Róisín Dubh’ le cur in The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, 1991 agus cuireadh an nóta seo leis: ‘It is included here as a point of comparison with the later translations.’ Mac feirmeora é Furlong a rugadh i Scairbh Bhailis idir Fearna agus Inis Córthaidh
Scríbhinní eile leis a luaitear go minic is ea: ‘A Dialogue between the Heart and Head of an Irish Protestant’ (1833) atá i gcló in Field Day anthology of Irish writing, Vol
Deir Alan Harrison in The Field Day anthology of Irish writing, 1991: ‘He was ordered to return to the Continent in 1651 to answer charges against him of acting against the interests of the Dominicans by his partisan interventions in the politics of the time.’ I 1652 ainmníodh é ina theachta Éireannach chuig an gCaibidil Ghinearálta sa Róimh agus d’iarr sé cead filleadh ar Éirinn chun dul i gcomhairle lena bhráithre
Deir Williams agus Ní Mhuiríosa in Traidisiún litheartha na nGael, 1979: ‘Tá roinnt dréachtaí eile curtha síos di freisin, ach seasann a cáil ar an sraith agallamh idir í féin agus Peadar Ó Doirnín.’ Tá cur síos níos mine uirthi agus ar a cuid filíochta in Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing IV, 2002 sa chaibidil (‘Courts and Coteries II’) in eagar ag Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha. Tá tuilleadh eolais faoin mbeatha seo ar fáil ar http://dib.cambridge.org/ »
1981 (Ó Tuama agus Kinsella), agus péire in The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, 1991
In Field Day anthology of Irish writing, 1991 (‘Eighteenth-Century Irish Philosophy’ in eagar ag David Berman agus Andrew Carpenter) deirtear i dtaobh leabhair leis: ‘Certainly Christianity not mysterious is the loudest call for a radical rethinking of traditional Christianity issued in the late seventeenth century; it is probably the first philosophical work of any note by an Irishman since Eriugena and its significance can hardly be overestimated.’ Deirtear gurbh é a chum an téarma pantheist
Roghnaíodh é in The Field day Anthology of Irish writing (1991)
In Field Day anthology of Irish Writing IV (2002), sa chaibidil (‘Courts and Coteries II’) in eagar ag Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha, deirtear i dtaobh an dáin ‘Ó thugas mo ghrá dhuit, mo lámh is mo ghealladh’ gurbh í a bhean Úna Ní Bhroin a chum é ach go leagtar ar Winifred [Úna]de Nógla freisin é
Tá nótaí fúithi in Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing IV, 2002 agus in The Blaskets: People and Literature, 1994 le Muiris Mac Conghail
Tá sé ar dhuine den cheathrar filí Gaeilge, a rugadh i ndiaidh 1940, ar roghnaíodh a saothar in The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (1991)
Bhí sé ar dhuine d’eagarthóirí The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, 1991 agus bhíodh aistí léannta aige i mórchuid irisí: Études Irlandaises, Cahiers de Gita, Irish University Review, Éigse, Celtica ...
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 Tá a bhfuil ar eolas i dtaobh an fhile seo, maille le péire dá dánta, le fáil in Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing IV, 2002 sa chaibidil ‘Courts and Coteries II’ in eagar ag Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha; tá an t-eolas sin bunaithe ar na cúig chaoineadh léi atá ar marthain; tá sé i gceist go gcuirfidh Liam P
Tá an dán i gcló agus cuntas uirthi in Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing IV, 2002, sa chaibidil ‘Courts and Coteries II’ in eagar ag Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 In Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing IV, 2002, sa chaibidil ‘Courts and Coteries II’ in eagar ag Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha, tá amhrán Seacaibíteach a chum an file seo tuairim 1745, ‘Stadaidh bhur ngéarghol, a ghasra chaomhdha’, é in eagar ag Pádraig A
Breatnach in Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing IV, 2002, sa chaibidil ‘Courts and Coteries II’ atá in eagar ag Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha
I measc a scríbhinní Béarla tá: ‘The Twentieth Century Prose and Verse,’ ar caibidil breise í sa dara heagrán (1973) de Gaelic Literature Surveyed, le hAodh de Blácam [q.v.], agus ‘Irish Writing: Prose Fiction and Poetry 1880-1988’ sa Field Day anthology of Irish writing (1989)
Bhuaigh sé Duais an Bhuitléaraigh in 1969 le Faoistin bhacach agus roghnaíodh in Field Day anthology (imleabhar a trí) (Deane 1991) an dán ‘Meitheamh’ (maille le haistriúchán le James Liddy), ar ceann é de na dánta sin in Faoistin bhacach