Three sorrows of storytelling.

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Irish literature -- Translations into English., Deirdre (Legendary character), Tales -- Ire

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Other titlesAided chlainne Lir. English. 1940., Aided chlainne Tuirenn. English. 1941., Longes mac nUsnig. English. 1939.
Statement[Translated from the Irish by Douglas Hyde (An Craoibhín)
ContributionsHyde, Douglas, 1860-1949, tr.
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LC ClassificationsPB1421 .T5
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. in 1.
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Open LibraryOL5345388M
LC Control Number72206044

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Columkille (): Douglas Hyde: Books. Page - How swiftly we travel, there is a grey eye Looks back upon Erin, but it no more Shall see, while the stars shall endure in the sky, Her women, her men, or her stainless shore. From the plank of the oak where in sorrow I lie I am straining my sight through the water and wind ; And large is the tear from the soft grey eye Looking back on the land that it leaves behind.

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The Three sorrows of storytelling. book sorrows of Irish storytelling. The Three Sorrows of Storytelling. Irish mythology is full of stories which interconnect with each other. One of these groups of stories is known collectively as the Three Sorrows of Storytelling.

It encompasses three tragic tales including: The Fate of the Sons of Tuirenn. Other articles where The Three Sorrows of Storytelling is discussed: Deirdre: Three Sorrows of Storytelling (Tri Truaighe Scéalaigheachta).

The older version, preserved in The Book of Leinster (c.

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), is more starkly tragic, less polished, and less romantic than the later version. It describes a Druid’s foretelling, at Deirdre’s birth, that many men would die on her account. Three Sorrows of Storytelling in The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature Length: 99 words View all related items in Oxford Reference» Search for: 'Three Sorrows of Storytelling' in Oxford Reference» Oxford University Press.

OCLC Number: Notes: From the Tuatha da Danaan cycle. Glossary: p. [45]. Description: 44 pages ; 19 cm: Other Titles: Three sorrows, or pities, of story-telling. First published inthis famous treasury of tales from Celtic mythology abounds in brave warriors, fair maidens, monsters, and mermaids.

The 13 stories were translated by an expert folklorist from rare Gaelic manuscripts into simple, familiar English.

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