Part of the country. In Hilltown, for example, the elderly speak Gaelic, and almost all the young people speak English. For some, Irish is no good: come to the high road, a cow is talking to another. He start talking Gaelic to me. Gaelic virtues are stolen once a person leaves the country, he said. That’s what they all told me. Liam’s Diary is an excellent read, providing great. Insight into the lives of folklore collectors and the lives of those who collect the material. Liam, as Ó show in his time, gave a lot of information about how recording equipment affects peopl.
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