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Solas: A Tale in Three Parts

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This tale is inspired by an incident in Geoffrey Keating's History of Ireland (Foras Feasa ar Eirinn), which was compiled by 1631. The story is set in the 16th Century and tells of a monk who went into the wilderness with three companions - a cock, a mouse and a fly.
According to Keating, the work that the fly did was to walk along under the written line in order to guide t
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Paperback, 88 pages
Published 1987 by Ogham Press
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B.C.
An interesting short story somewhat failed by a bleak ending.
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