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Reothairt is contraigh

taghadh de dhàin, 1932-72

by Somhairle MacGill-Eain

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Published by Canongate Publishing in Dun Eideann [i.e. Edinburgh] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scotland
    • Subjects:
    • Scotland -- Poetry

    • Edition Notes

      English and Gaelic.

      Other titlesSpring tide and neap tide.
      StatementSomhairle MacGill-Eain = Spring tide and neap tide : selected poems, 1932-72 / Sorley Maclean.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPB1648.M328 A17 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 182 p. ;
      Number of Pages182
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4615257M
      ISBN 100903937158, 0903937166
      LC Control Number77379310

      The Dragon's Pearl describes the childhood of a girl about my age - but on the other side of the world. China was and is frightening to many of us who have grown up in the US and in Europe. But it was a complete surprise to me that the US essentially held Thailand by the noose after the war - fearing the Chinese so much that they threatened to /5(7). A book which tries to give a general picture of the History of Lewis and Harris. P.B. Published in £8. Spring tide and Neap Tide. Selected Poems Reothairt is Contraigh Taghadh de Dhain Somhairle MacGilleain. H.B. With D/J Published in £8. Luinneagan Mhicleoid. Bardachd is Orain le Iain Aonghas Macleoid.

      De Paor, Louis. "Spiorad nam bàrd cianail": Nòtaì imill ar Reothairt is Contraigh: taghadh de Dhàin , Com àireamh 3 (), Devlin, Brendan P. 'On Sorley MacLean', Lines Review 61 (Ògmhios ), Devlin, Brendan P. Follow Somhairle MacGill-Eain and explore their bibliography from 's Somhairle MacGill-Eain Author Page.

      Thai Language and Culture for Beginners aims to provide a basic foundation in conversational Standard Thai for beginning learners. It focuses on developing the learners’ listening and speaking skills. Designed primarily for use in Thai as a Foreign Language classes at U.S. universities, this coursebook uses a proficiency-based approach to learning Thai and covers the daily real-life topics /5(16). The book Dain do Eimhear, published in , shattered all this. Theses love poems to an un-named Irish woman, drew both from the older poetry and from international modernist poetry, and Somhairle Mac Gill Eain single-handedly renewed Scottish Gaelic literature.


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His major collection of poems, 'Reothairt is Contraigh' (Spring Tide and Neap Tide), was published in As well as sparking off a revival in Gaelic literature Sorley Maclean was instrumental in the promotion of Gaelic language teaching in Scottish schools. Amongst his awards was the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry in Review of Four Points of a Saltire: The Poetry of Sorley Maclean, George Campbell Hay, William Neill, Stuart MacGregor in Gairm 74 (), MacThòmais, Ruaraidh.

Review of Poems to Eimhir [Northern House edition, translated by Iain Crichton Smith] in Gairm 76 (), Ina curnie o the Sangs was inhauden in the outwale Reothairt is Contraigh, no in the oreiginal orderin but sparpl’t amang the ither poems in the buik insteid; an this time the makar hed gien ilkane o thaim a teitle.

Mair o the Sangs – 36 aathegither – wes pitten intil the outwale O Choille gu Bearradh, aa wi teitles again. On its publication, Tom Scott, the writer and critic, wrote: ‘That Sorley MacLean is a great poet in the Gaelic tradition, a man not merely for time, but for eternity, I have no doubt whatever ’ In the same year, a special issue of Lines Review was devoted to the poet’s work.

Sorley Maclean O Choille gu Bearradh From Wood to Ridge. A hardback edition of collected poetry in Gaelic and English. This complements Reothairt is Contraigh Spring Tide and Neap Tide.

It contains the poem, Screapadal, where Sorley describes the menacing presence of the locally based nuclear submarines. InCanongate Books published Reothairt is Contraigh: Taghadh de Dhàin –72 (English: Spring tide and Neap tide: Selected Poems –72). MacLean changed the ordering of the Dàin do Eimhir sequence, altering many poems and omitting others.

In the original version of An Cuilthionn, MacLean had asked the Red Army to invade : 26 OctoberÒsgaig, Raasay, Scotland. Christopher Whyte, ‘The Gaelic Renaissance: Sorley MacLean and Derick Thomson’ in Gary Day and Brian Docherty (eds), British poetry from the s to the s: politics and art (Basingstoke: Macmillan Press, ) Colin Nicholson, ‘Against an alien eternity: Sorley MacLean’ in Poem.

A hardback edition of collected poetry in Gaelic and English. This complements Reothairt is Contraigh Spring Tide and Neap Tide. It contains the poem, Screapadal, where Sorley describes the menacing presence of the locally based nuclear submarines, and envisages the destruction of.

Reothairt is Contraigh: Taghadh de Dhàin / Spring tide and Neap tide: Selected Poems Edinburgh: Canongate, The first major collection of the poet’s work, with poems selected by him and with his own English translations, appeared in Sorley MacLean, pen name of Somhairle MacGill-Eain, Spring Tide and Neap Tide [Reothairt is Contraigh], in Gaelic and English Paul Muldoon, Mules, [14] Northern Ireland poet published in.

Modern Poetry in Scots Gaelic. Ian MacDonald. In this largely bibliographical note Ian MacDonald, Editorial Officer to the Gaelic Books Council, looks at some recent publications which non-readers of Gaelic may find of interest in attempting to learn something of modern Gaelic poetry.

Reothairt is Contraigh/Spring Tide and Neap Ttde. '‘Spiorad nam bard cianail: nótaí imill ar Reothairt is Contraigh: Taghadh de Dhain ’' De Paor, L () '‘Spiorad nam bard cianail: nótaí imill ar Reothairt is Contraigh: Taghadh de Dhain ’'.

Contains poems published in under the title: Reothairt is contraigh plus new section of material being pub. for the first time. Translated from the Gaelic. Description: ix, pages ; 24 cm. Series Title: Columban Celtic series, v. Other Titles: Poems. Responsibility: Sorley Maclean.

Reothairt is Contraigh. We were not surprised as months passed without contact. What did surprise and impress was that, in February, the book came home with a manuscript copy of Seamus Heaney’s translation of Hallaig and we remembered that we had expressed the view that Maclean’s own translation, as in the book, was the best.

The main page features a quote from Somhairle MacGill-Eain (Sorley MacLean), whose Reothairt is contraigh: taghadh de dhain (Spring tide and neap tide: selected poems ) introduced me to the glories of Scots Gaelic poetry: an fhéile Nach do reub an cuan, Nach do mhill mìle bliadhna; Buaidh a’ Ghàidheil buan.

the humanity.written in the periodReothairt is Contraigh/Spring Tide and Neap Tide (Canongate Publishing, ), that he reached the wider audience. MacLean5s reading of his own work here and overseas since his retiral has also been extremely influential, as has the record of him reading his poems issued in (see below); and he is still, in his.himself in the bilingual Reothairt is Contraigh.

Taghadh de Dh?in Spring tide and Neap tide. Selected Poems (Edinburgh, ), p All my references are to the latter edition. 4 W.H. Auden, Poem XXIV (To Christopher Isherwood) (), The English Auden, ed.

Edward Mendelson (London, ), p 5.