and Eoghan Rua O Neill, Swift, Grattan and Tone are represented, not as an apostolic succession, but as representatives of very different constituencies, each of them in a complex relation to their particular mode and period of Irishness.
Among such sources would be Peadar O Dubhda: A Shaol agus a Shaothar (1981) by Aodh
O Cearra and Seamas Ceitinn (1981), Loran O Muireadhaigh: Sagart agus Scolaire by Anrai Mac Giolla Chomhaill (1983), Oigbhean Uasal o Phriorahchathair Eireann by Micheal O Dubhshlaine (1992); Tomas Ban by An tSr.
O Canainn had already translated from the Spanish, but his translations of the Rumanian poet Marin Sorescu introduce us to a writer who is both life-enhancing and troubling and gutsy.
But pick up your jaw bones from the floor, readers, it was all part of a special boxing exhibition to raise funds for the Aodh
Kraft Foods International named Aodh
O'Dochartaigh to the newly- created position of vice president corporate affairs, for its businesses in Europe, the Middle East/Africa and Asia/Pacific.
O'Murchu, a Chartered Accountant of 15 years experience gained primarily in International Insurance/Reinsurance and other financial services industries, has been appointed Group Controller effective immediately.
Padraig and twin brother Noel were the youngest of six children of Aodh
and Maire Duggan and grew up in the Gaoth Dobhair Gaeltacht in North-west Donegal.
Even in the late 1970s, the general reader was fobbed off with cheap reprints of Aodh
De Blacam and other misleading and outdated digests, while the informed consensus of the academic community was hidden in inaccessible microstudies and in the oral culture of conference discussions and departmental gossip.
The couple dropped into their 'local' bar Aodh
O'Gara's on a couple of occasions last week.
The make-up of that committee has not been completed but it includes county board chairman Sean Dunnion, secretary Aodh
Mairtin O Fearraigh and treasurer Cieran Kelly.