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Deoraíocht By Pádraic Ó Conaire Deora ocht Is ard is Deora ocht ann n rsc al a scr obh P draic Conaire sa bhliain Glactar leis mar an ch ad rsc al nua aimseartha sa Ghaeilge Is sc al faoi dheora ireannach i Londain Shasana agus na heachtr
  • Title: Deoraíocht
  • Author: Pádraic Ó Conaire
  • ISBN: 9780861673636
  • Page: 244
  • Format: None
  • Deoraíocht By Pádraic Ó Conaire Is ard is Deora ocht ann n rsc al a scr obh P draic Conaire sa bhliain 1904 Glactar leis mar an ch ad rsc al nua aimseartha sa Ghaeilge Is sc al faoi dheora ireannach i Londain Shasana agus na heachtra a bhain d tar is d c pla ceann d gh aga a chailli int i dtimpiste Sc al dorcha faoi choimhth os agus faoi fhearg a chuir t s le litr ocht nua aimseartha naIs ard is Deora ocht ann n rsc al a scr obh P draic Conaire sa bhliain 1904 Glactar leis mar an ch ad rsc al nua aimseartha sa Ghaeilge Is sc al faoi dheora ireannach i Londain Shasana agus na heachtra a bhain d tar is d c pla ceann d gh aga a chailli int i dtimpiste Sc al dorcha faoi choimhth os agus faoi fhearg a chuir t s le litr ocht nua aimseartha na Gaeilge.
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    1. Pádraic Ó Conaire

      Conaire was born in Galway in 1882 His father was a publican, who owned two premises in the town His mother was Kate McDonagh.After the collapse of his business, his father was forced to emigrate to the United States of America, where he died shortly afterwards Conaire s mother died in 1893, with the result that the orphaned Conaire and his brothers Isaac and Michael were sent to live with their uncle Patrick Conroy in Ros Muc He attended school in Turlach Beag, having previously gone to the Presentation Convent and The Bish in Galway He subsequently he went to Rockwell College and Blackrock College.He emigrated to London in 1899 where he got a job with the Board of Education He became involved in the work of the Gaelic League A pioneer in the Irish Literary Revival in this century, Conaire and P draig Pearse are regarded as being the two most important Irish language short story writers during the first decades of the 20th century.He was married to Molly N Mhanais, with whom he had four children Eileen born 22 February 1905 , Patrick born 3 November 1906 , Kathleen born 24 February 1909, and Mary Josephine 28 July 1911 1922 who died of diphtheria Conaire returned to Ireland in 1914, leaving his family in London Living mostly in Galway, he earned a meagre living through writing, teaching at Gaeltacht summer schools, and as an occasional organiser for the Gaelic League.He died on a visit to Dublin in 1928 after complaining of internal pains while at the head office of the Gaelic League He was 46.A statue to his memory was erected in 1935 in the John F Kennedy Memorial Park in the heart of Galway City, at Eyre Square Eyre Square.

    361 Comments

    1. A remarkable, intensely painted picture of poverty, degradation, and hunger, told with surprising humor at a conversational remove from literary artifice which is its own kind of artifice, of course The first person narrator could easily be taken as a synecdoche for Ireland itself over the past several centuries it was published in 1910 , particularly in relation to the bigger, richer island to the east mutilated, castaway, humiliated, and enraged, he longs both to take his revenge and to be lef [...]


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    3. It took me about 50 pages to get used to the writing style, as I thought the 1st person narration sounded a bit like a blowhard in a pub banging on about his life and unfortunate exploits I was very dubious that this novel would have anything interesting or meaningful to say I am glad I stuck with.


    4. Was given Padraic O Conaire to read as an Irish Literature assignment and he is now on my top list of favorite Irish authors Love his descriptive style He paints an endearing picture of his scenes and characters.



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