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Dúirt seisean ina réamhrá: ‘After almost fifty years the work of Aodh de Blacam remains the best introduction to Irish literature’. I measc na leabhar eile a scríobh sé tá The Black North (1938), Gentle Ireland (1930) agus A first book of Irish literature (1934); The ship that sailed too soon and other stories, 1919; Holy Romans: a young Irishman’s story, 1920; The druid’s cave, 1920; Songs and satires, 1920; What Sinn Féin stands for, 1921; From a Gaelic outpost, 1921; The story of Colmcille, c.1929; The flying cromlech, 1930; The lady of the cromlech, [1930]; Roddy the Rover and his Aunt Louisa, 1933; Old wine: verses from the Irish, Spanish and Latin done chiefly in Irish metres, [1934]; The life story of Wolfe Tone set in a picture of his time, 1935; For God and Spain: the truth about the Spanish War, 1936; Saint Patrick, Apostle of Ireland, 1941; The saints of Ireland