Carson, C. (Trans.). (2007). The táin. New York: Penguin Group.
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The first of two books by Séamas Mac an Iomaire (aka Seamus Ridge).
Mac an Iomaire, S. (2000). The shores of Connemara. (P. de Bhaldraithe, Trans.). Kinvara, Co. Galway, Ireland: Tír Eolas. (Original work Cladaí Chonamara published 1938).
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Via your public library or bookshop:
Irish dictionary & phrasebook (1992). New York: Hippocrene Books. (Original work published 1983 by Appletree Press, Ltd.).
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