The Celtic Spirit and Literature; Grace Clunie & Tess Maginess
This collection of essays revisits the concept of the Celtic spirit and how it has manifested itself in early Christianity and in literature over many centuries up to the present day. The essays, written in an accessible style, offer a lively and thoughtful introduction to the rich and complex world of the Celtic spirit, past, present, and to come. Many Irish literary figures are discussed, from Yeats, Synge, and Joyce; to Kavanagh, Beckett, and Heaney.
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