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The New Oxford Book of Irish Verse (Oxford Books of Verse) [Paperback]

Thomas Kinsella

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The rath in front of the oak wood belonged to Bruidge, and Cathal, belonged to Aedh, and Ailill, belonged to Conaing, and Cuiline and to Mael Duin before them-all kings in their turn. Read the first page
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