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Clann Lir, Piobaire Hamelin, Codladh Cead Bliain. Beal an Daingin, Conamara: Clo Iar-Chonnachta, 1987, 23p, paperback. Three very short plays in Irish.
Codladh Céad Bliain: Cnuasach Aistí ar Litríocht na nÓ.
'Albert Maywood': Brodorion America, Thomas Levi a Dechreuadau'r Stori Antur i Blant more. A paper on an American frontier adventure translated for a Welsh children's denominational magazine in 1879.
Books published between 2010 and 2012. Clann na nÉan, Ríocht na Cailce by Gabriel Rosenstock, 2005 (out of print). Comhar: Innéacs 50 bliain by Máire de Grás, 1992 (out of print). Codladh Céad Bliain: Cnuasach Aistí ar Litríocht na nÓg by Ríona Nic Congáil, from the series An Saol Óg, 2012. Annála by Gréagóir Ó Dúill, from the series Téad Na Filíochta, 2011. Dlíthe an Nádúir by Pól Ó Muirí, 2001 (out of print). Géaga Trí Thine by Gabriel Rosenstock, 2006 (out of print).
Codladh céad bliain. Irish ed. by Máiréad Ní Ghráda. Based on the story of Sleeping Beauty from the Brothers Grimm; English version published by Ladybird books, 1970.
CJIS/RCÉI seeks to be true to the traditions of Irish Studies, which has always been interdisciplinary in organisation and focussed on as wide a readership as possible, including those students of Ireland who are outside of the academic community.
The future of books at the Brussel's Book Fair. Maxime Coton will be there to show a work in progress of our exciting project Living Pages, featuring VR art by Jamil Mehdaoui and soundscape by Mathilde Lacroix. If you're at the book fair make sure to check it out! PILEn is feeling excited.