A History of The Irish Language
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This book covered a span of time from the Norman Invasion to Irish independence. My interest was primarily linguistic. In particular, I was keen on the language frontier between primarily native speaking population and the growing use of English. For that, there was a great deal of information about not only how the daily usage of Irish evolved but also the attitudes. Later sections of the book covered the rise of the Gaelic League and language revival, which I was familiar with already.
|Toisí||247 × 172 × 18 mm|