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The Irish bardic poet :
a study in the relationship of poet and patron as exemplified in the persons of the poet, Eochaidh Ó hEoghusa (O'Hussey) and his various patrons, mainly members of the Maguire family of Fermanagh /
by James Carney.
|Main Creator:||Carney, James, 1914-|
James Carney's Medieval Irish Lyrics presented the original texts and translations of some of the best examples of the work of the early Irish poets. The present essay extends a comprehensive picture of the relationship between a typical bardic poet and his patrons.
New Dolmen chapbooks ;
"Given as the Statutory Public Lecture of the Celtic School of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 20 March 1958."
In an edition of fifteen hundred copies.
The woodcut on the cover is from John Derrick's The Image of Irelande, 1581.
Physical description: 40 pages ; 21 cm.
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Irem 615: Valentin Iremonger Collection
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|Ir 89162 c 40||Offsite Special Access||Irish|
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