Available and delivered within five working days UK and Ireland only Price includes PP. Dr Ciarán Ó Coigligh BA (English Béarla, Irish Gaelic Gaeilge, History Stair), HDipEd AOT, MA (Irish Gaelic Gaeilge), MPhil (Theology Diagacht), PhD (Gaelic Place Names & amp; Personal Names Log-ainmneachaí & amp; Ainmneachaí Pearsanta). Ciarán Ó Coigligh was reared in Dublin and educated by the de la Salle Brothers. He taught Irish Gaelic in the National University of Ireland and worked in the Department of Irish Folklore. He is an emeritus professor of Gaelic language, literature and civilization and former President of Newman College Ireland. Ciarán has won national and international awards for his writings which include novels; collections of poetry; a collection of short stories; a musical; plays; and many articles and reviews. He represented Ireland on the Poets Tour of Scotland in 2012. This series of 684 haiku poems (342 in English and 342 in Gaelic) has been composed in remembrance of the 342 members of the Orange Order who were murdered during the last terrorist campaign and in solidarity with the bereaved, the injured and the traumatised. A haiku is a 3-verse poem of 17 syllables in the form: 5+7+5. I have tried to capture the essence of the murder victim and the murder in each haiku. The only time differences in meaning arise between the English and Gaelic is when metrical requirements disallow total semantic equivalence. Author royalties from this publication will go to the South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) for the support of victims of terrorism. Gabhfaidh dleachtanna údair don fhoilseachán seo chuig Foras Fhear Manach Thoir Theas ar mhaithe le h-íobartaigh. Author royalties from this publication will go to the South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) for the support of victims. Gabhfaidh dleachtanna údair don fhoilseachán seo chuig Foras Fhear Manach Thoir Theas ar mhaithe le h-íobartaigh.
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