Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 7
Ryan in The Pope’s green island, 1912: ‘A young Protestant, Mr Earnest Lane [sic] Joynt, one of our most interesting Irish writers, first made his mark before he reached the age of 20 by an Irish study of Dr Geoffrey Keating, the Irish historian and Catholic apologist of Shakespeare’s time’
Ó Riain faoi in The Pope’s green island d’oirfeadh sé mar fheartlaoi: ‘In the mind’s eye of everyone who knows much of Gaelic Ireland, Mr Pearse’s chief gardener, Micheál Mag Ruaidhrí, is a very vivid and racy personage
I 1912, foilsíodh The Pope’s Green Island agus an bhliain dár gcionn Caoimhghin Ó Cearnaigh, úrscéal dírbheathaisnéiseach a ndéanann léitheoirí faillí ann dar le léirmheastóirí, agus The Labour Revolt and Larkinism
Ó Riain] [B1] ábhairín frithchléireach ach dúirt sé faoin Athair Maitiú in The Pope’s green island, 1912: ‘Fr Matt is one of the most unassuming of men
It was taken up by a genial Catholic Gael, Tadhg Ó Donnchadha[B1] and a young Protestant student of TCD, Mr O’Sullivan, and between them they turned it into Irish’, a deir W.P.Ryan in The Pope’s green island, 1912
Ó Riain[B1] in The Pope’s Green Island, 1912 mar ‘one of the ablest of the younger priests’ agus mar ‘a power in Connacht’
Dar le Liam P Ó Riain[B1] in The Pope’s Green Island go raibh an Cairdinéal Bourne go mór i gcoinne úsáid na Gaeilge san Ardeaglais