Holland-tide, or, Irish popular tales by Griffin, Gerald

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Microfiche. [Dublin : European Micropublishing Services, 1988?] 1 microfiche. (GRAIL, the Galway resource for Anglo-Irish literature ; bk. 8).

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Other titlesIrish popular tales
SeriesGRAIL, the Galway resource for Anglo-Irish literature -- bk. 8.
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Pagination378 p.
Number of Pages378
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Open LibraryOL17138920M

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"Holland-tide;" or, Munster Popular Tales by Gerald Griffin avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 4 editions. CARLETON, WilliamNationality: Irish. Born: Clogher Valley in Prillisk, County Tyrone, 4 March Education: In rural schools around Prillisk; went to Munster to prepare for the Catholic priesthood, ; went to a school in Glasslough run by his Irish popular tales book cousin, Family: Married Jane Anderson, Source for information on Carleton, William: Reference Guide to Short Fiction dictionary.

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In came Holland – Tide Tales, a series of eight short stories, followed the same year by Tales of the Munster Festivals. This Charming Man won the Irish Book Award for popular fiction. Over thirty million copies of her books have been sold to date and they are published in thirty-three languages.

She is currently living in Dun Laoghaire. LIMERICK NOVELISTS. Kevin Barry (b. ) In came Holland – Tide Tales, This Charming Man won the Irish Book Award for popular fiction. Over thirty million copies of her books have been sold to date and they are published in thirty-three languages.

In appeared Tales, a series of eight short stories and sketches, followed by Tales of the Munster Festivals () ; The Collegians (), which Dion Boucicault adapted for the stage under the title of The Colleen Bawn, and the plot of which was suggested by a murder trial which he reported in ; The Invasion ( This certainly contrasts with some of the more popular international tales-of-magic found in Ireland, which are represented in The Types of the Irish Folktale by many hundreds of variants.

Indeed, given the small number of variants, and the fact that “The Brown Man” was the earliest of these, the question arises of whether it was the source. Anglo-Irish Literature: Bibliography. Vol. The Victorian Age, Part Two. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes.

– Read London Morning Post Newspaper Archives,p. 1 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex   The Noyades, an opera entirely in recitative, was produced at the English Opera House in ; and the success of Holland Tide Tales () led to Tales of the Munster Festivals (3 vols., ), which were still more popular.

The day itself is called Sauin, Souin or yn Tauin, corresponding with the Irish and Scotch Samhain, though the English "Holland-tide" is the name now usually given to the season and to the fair held on the 12th of November. This day was formerly the first day of the first month of winter, and also the first day of the Celtic year.

On the suggestion of Banim, Griffin essayed fiction, and wrote ‘Holland Tide,’ and three other tales, which were published together, and proved his first decided success.

He also wrote two dramas for music, and commenced a comedy. Early in he returned to Ireland, and completed a first series of ‘Tales of the Munster Festivals.’. “Holland-Tide;” or, Munster Popular Tales. (London: Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, ). 1 vol. 12mo.

[Brown vol. 1] (98) [GRIFFIN, Gerald Joseph]. Tales of the Munster Festivals containing, Card Drawing; The Half Sir; and Suil Dhuv, the Coiner. By the Author of “Holland-Tide, or Irish Popular Tales.” In Three Volumes. Works containing two very long tales, both of which are essentially novels: e.g.

the first two Series of Sayings and Doings; or, Sketches from Life () by Theodore Hook are included, but the Third Series, which contains only two tales in 3 volumes.; Works consisting of an assembly of very short sketches, jokes, anecdotes and observations: e.g.

the anonymous work The Humourist: A Collection. An Irishman's Diary. becoming familiar with the customs of the people and learning the popular legends and folk tales which he later wrote about and worked into his stories.

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1 If so, fairy may be old Celtic, and derived from the same root as Fen, instead of being. Maria Edgeworth, Tales of Fashionable Life William Carleton, Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry I + II, Tales of Ireland Sheridan Le Fanu, Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery.

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The chief of the Greek novelists (the forerunner of whom was Aristides of Miletus, c. B.C., in his Milesian Tales) are Xenophon of Ephesus and Longus, representing a purely Greek type of romance, and Heliodorus—with his imitators Achilles Tatius and Chariton—representing a school influenced by Oriental fiction.

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