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Myth, Legend and Romance: An Encyclopedia of the Irish Folk Tradition

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Examines the folk tradition of Ireland, covering the hagiography, folk tales, and customs of the land, and includes a short introduction to Gaelic and a pronunciation guide.
Hardcover, 453 pages
Published 1991 by Prentice Hall Press
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He was the son of Davy Hogan, a former jockey, and his wife Mary (née Tyrell); both his parents were from Kilkenny. His great grand-uncle was the celebrated historian of Ossory, Canon William Carrigan.

Irish was spoken in the family home, and at De La Salle national school, Bruff, he got a good grounding in Irish grammar. His grasp of the language was further improved by visits to the Kerry Gaeltac
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