Dottin, G., et al., “Contes irlandais II. La mort des fils d’Usnech”, Revue Celtique 16 (1895)

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Dottin, G., and Eugene O'Growney, “Contes irlandais II. La mort des fils d’Usnech”, Revue Celtique 16 (1895): 421–449.

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Citation details
Article
“Contes irlandais II. La mort des fils d’Usnech”
Periodical
Revue Celtique 16 (1895)
Revue Celtique 16 (1895).
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Volume
16
Pages
421–449
Language
French
Online resources
Archive
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Description
Description
The article continues a phonological study of the western Irish dialect spoken by one Thomas Ford. The basis for the present study is a modern Irish version of the story of Deirdre, dictated by Thomas Ford in Co. Galway in 1891. The tale is given in an orthographic as well as phonetic transcription (the latter by Eugene O'Growney), followed by a translation into modern French.
Related publications
General
Dottin, G., and Eugene O'Growney, “Études sur la prononciation actuelle d’un dialecte irlandais”, Revue Celtique 14 (1893): 97–136.
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Language

Language(s)

Modern Irish

Subject(s)

phonology • dialect

Literary studies

Subjects

oral tradition

History, society and culture

People and organisations

Thomas Ford [storyteller]Ford (Thomas) ... storyteller
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Place(s)

County Galway

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Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen