Grá Cráite

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Grá Cráite
Máirtín Ó Corrbuí
Bord na Gaeilge/Údarás na Gaeltachta 1990

I reilig ina pharóiste dúchais tá leac uaighe Chaleb Minnet. Is féidir a léamh fós ar an leac seo gur ‘dunmharaíodh go brúidiúil é ag Áine Paircéir, John Cherry, agus Séamas Mac Dúill, ag an gCrannach Dubh, 2 Aibreán, 1707. ‘Is dócha nach bhfuil leac eile mar í sa tír: dúnmharú á chur i leith daoine, agus na daoine sin ainmnithe go dána uirthi. Ní fios cén fáth nár cúisíodh duine ar bhith acu…
Úrscéal gearr d’aoisaigh é seo.
Gabhann foclóirín Gaeilge-Béarla leis an leabhar seo, corrfhocal ar imeall an leathnaigh agus liosta iomlán thiar ag an deireadh.
In the graveyard in his home parish stands the gravestone of Caleb Minnet, on which can be read that he was “brutally murdered by Áine Paircéir, John Cherry, and Séamas Mac Dúill at Crannach Dubh’ in 1707. There is probably no other inscription like it in Ireland, with particular people named as being guilty of a murder. No-body knows why charges were never brought…
A short Irish-English dictionary is included with notes on some words in the margins and a complete listing at the back of this novella for adults.

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Grá Cráite
Máirtín Ó Corrbuí
Bord na Gaeilge/Údarás na Gaeltachta 1990

I reilig ina pharóiste dúchais tá leac uaighe Chaleb Minnet. Is féidir a léamh fós ar an leac seo gur ‘dunmharaíodh go brúidiúil é ag Áine Paircéir, John Cherry, agus Séamas Mac Dúill, ag an gCrannach Dubh, 2 Aibreán, 1707. ‘Is dócha nach bhfuil leac eile mar í sa tír: dúnmharú á chur i leith daoine, agus na daoine sin ainmnithe go dána uirthi. Ní fios cén fáth nár cúisíodh duine ar bhith acu…
Úrscéal gearr d’aoisaigh é seo.
Gabhann foclóirín Gaeilge-Béarla leis an leabhar seo, corrfhocal ar imeall an leathnaigh agus liosta iomlán thiar ag an deireadh.
In the graveyard in his home parish stands the gravestone of Caleb Minnet, on which can be read that he was “brutally murdered by Áine Paircéir, John Cherry, and Séamas Mac Dúill at Crannach Dubh’ in 1707. There is probably no other inscription like it in Ireland, with particular people named as being guilty of a murder. No-body knows why charges were never brought…
A short Irish-English dictionary is included with notes on some words in the margins and a complete listing at the back of this novella for adults.

Weight 100 g

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