Seal Sa Pholainn

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Seal Sa Pholainn
Alan Desmond 2007
ISBN 9780955721700
Comhar Teoranta 2007

116 lth.

Sa bhliain 2003 thug Alan Desmond aghaidh ar an bPolainn chun Gaeilge a mhúineadh in Ollscoil Chaitliceach Lublin, in Oirthear na tíre sin. Conradh bliana a bhí aige agus is beag a shíl sé go bhfanfadh sé ceithre bliana ann.
Chomh maith le cuntas beoga soléite a thabhairt ar na háiteanna éagsúla ar thug sé cuairt orthu tugann sé léargas tuisceanach dúinn sa leabhar seo ar mhuintir na Polainne féin, ar a ndílseacht don chreideamh Caitliceach, a mbá leis am bPápa Polannach, Eoin Pól II, agus a nósanna ag féílte eaglasta.
Tá cur síos freisin ar an éagóir a rinneadh ar an bPolainn le linn agus i ndiaidh an dara cogadh domhanda agus ar na hathruithe a tháinig ar an tír ó cuireadh deireadh leis an réimeas cumannach inti agus an Pholainn anois ina ballstat de chuid an Aontais Eorpaigh.
Agus breis agus 200,000 Polannach i bPoblacht na hÉireann faoi láthair is beag Éireannach nach mbíonn teagmháil ó am go chéile le duine acu.
Ba mhór an chabhair an leabhar seo chun aithne níos fearr a chur orthu.

In 2003 Alan Desmond headed for Poland. He had a year contract to teach Irish in the Catholic University of Lublin,
in the east of the country. Little did he think at the time that he’d stay there for four years.
As well as giving a lively, simply written account of the various places that he visited,
the book gives a sympathetic insight into the Polish community,
their loyalty to the Catholic religion, their sympathy with the Polish Pope,
John Paul II, and their religious practices and festivals.
There’s also a description of the injustice suffered by Poland during and after the second world war
and the changes undergone by the country since the end of the communist regime
and the accession of Poland to a Member State of the European Union.
With more than 200,000 Poles in Ireland at the moment, most Irish people are in contact
with members of the Polish community from time to time.

This book is of great assistance in gaining a better understanding of them.

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Seal Sa Pholainn
Alan Desmond 2007
ISBN 9780955721700
Comhar Teoranta 2007

116 lth.

Sa bhliain 2003 thug Alan Desmond aghaidh ar an bPolainn chun Gaeilge a mhúineadh in Ollscoil Chaitliceach Lublin, in Oirthear na tíre sin. Conradh bliana a bhí aige agus is beag a shíl sé go bhfanfadh sé ceithre bliana ann.
Chomh maith le cuntas beoga soléite a thabhairt ar na háiteanna éagsúla ar thug sé cuairt orthu tugann sé léargas tuisceanach dúinn sa leabhar seo ar mhuintir na Polainne féin, ar a ndílseacht don chreideamh Caitliceach, a mbá leis am bPápa Polannach, Eoin Pól II, agus a nósanna ag féílte eaglasta.
Tá cur síos freisin ar an éagóir a rinneadh ar an bPolainn le linn agus i ndiaidh an dara cogadh domhanda agus ar na hathruithe a tháinig ar an tír ó cuireadh deireadh leis an réimeas cumannach inti agus an Pholainn anois ina ballstat de chuid an Aontais Eorpaigh.
Agus breis agus 200,000 Polannach i bPoblacht na hÉireann faoi láthair is beag Éireannach nach mbíonn teagmháil ó am go chéile le duine acu.
Ba mhór an chabhair an leabhar seo chun aithne níos fearr a chur orthu.

In 2003 Alan Desmond headed for Poland. He had a year contract to teach Irish in the Catholic University of Lublin,
in the east of the country. Little did he think at the time that he’d stay there for four years.
As well as giving a lively, simply written account of the various places that he visited,
the book gives a sympathetic insight into the Polish community,
their loyalty to the Catholic religion, their sympathy with the Polish Pope,
John Paul II, and their religious practices and festivals.
There’s also a description of the injustice suffered by Poland during and after the second world war
and the changes undergone by the country since the end of the communist regime
and the accession of Poland to a Member State of the European Union.
With more than 200,000 Poles in Ireland at the moment, most Irish people are in contact
with members of the Polish community from time to time.

This book is of great assistance in gaining a better understanding of them.

Weight 400 g

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