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The Irish bardic poet; a study in the relationship of poet and patron as exemplified in the persons of the poet, Eochaidh O hEoghusa (O'Hussey) and his various patrons, mainly members of the Maguire family of Fermanagh
Bib ID 2084865
Format BookBook
Author
Carney, James, 1914-
 
Description [Dublin] Dolmen Press; [distributed in the U.S.A. by Dufour Editions, Chester Springs, Pa., c1967] 
40 p. 21 cm. 
Series

The New Dolmen chapbooks, 4

Notes

"Given as the Statutory Public Lecture of the Celtic School of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 20 March 1958."

Subjects O'Hussey, Eochaidh.  |  Authors and patrons -- Ireland.  |  Poets, Irish -- Biography.  |  Bards and bardism.

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