Liadain and Curithir an Irish lovestory of the Ninth century

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Statemented. and tr. by Kuno Meyer.
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Pagination30 p.
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Page 25 - Twas a trifle That wrung Curithir's heart against me. To him great was my gentleness. I am Liadain Who loved Curithir: It is true as they say.

A short while I was In the company of Curithir: Sweet was my intimacy with him. The music of the forest Would sing to me when with Curithir, Together with the voice of the purple sea.

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Liadain and Curithir by Moirin Cheavasa,B.H. Blackwell edition, in English Liadain and Curithir ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Cuirithir of Connacht was an Irish poet, fl. 7th century. According to the story Comracc Liadain i Cuirithir, which dates to the 9th century, Cuirithir mac Doborchu of Connacht was a poet, who met the woman poet Liadian of Corkaguiney while she was "on a tour into the territory of the inhabitants of Connacht.".

Cuirithir proposed to her at an ale-feast, asking "Why do we not make a union, o. Full text of "Liadain and Curithir, an Irish love-story of the ninth century;" See other formats CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY BOUGHT WITH THE INCOME OF THE SAGE ENDOWMENT FUND GIVEN IN I BY HENRY WILLIAMS SAGE Cornell University Librarv PB C73 Ladajn and Curithir 3 The original of tiiis book is in tine Cornell University Library.

Half-title preceding text: Comrac Liadaine ocus Cuirithir; at end of text: Comracc Líadaine Cuirithir. inn sin anúas [translated: Thus far the meeting of Liadain and Curithir].

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When thou art hidden fears throng into my heart:I am as one who has found a treasure of goldWhom the stars watchAnd the winds threatenAnd swords wait in the can the dream break, Curithir, into the cold dawn?Do not even the angels tremble gazing on.

Of late Since I parted from Liadain, Long as a month every day, Long as a year every month. p Liadain says: If Curithir to-day Is gone to the scholars, Alas for the sense he will make To any who do not know.

Cummine says: What you say is not well, Liadain, wife of Curithir. Curithir was here, he was not Liadain and Curithir book, Any more than before he came. I am Liadain Who loved Curithir: It is true as they say. Gair bá-sa hi coimthecht Cuirithir: fris-som ba maith mo gnás-sa.

A short while I was In the company of Curithir: Sweet was my intimacy with him. Céol caille fomchanad la Cuirithir la fogur Liadain and Curithir book flainne. The music of the forest Would sing to me when with Curithir. FOREWORD. TiADAINandCurithir,thoughnotamongstthemost-'ancientoftheIrishtales,sinceitdatesfrom Christiantimes,hasreachedusinafragmentarycon' dition.

Liadain, allows them a perilous freedom. III the result he banishes Cuirithir who the*ceforward renounces love and becomes a pilgrim. When s~e still seeks him he crosses the sea. Liadain returns to th~ scene of their penance and his prayers, and shortly dies. W~en all is over, Cl1mmine lovingly.

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Scríobh sí: Terence MacSwiney, faoin ainm Móirín Chavasse – bhí sí cairdiúil le muintir Mhic Shuibhne ar feadh leathchéad bliain; Liadain agus Curithir, ; Midhir agus Etain, ; The firebringers,dráma; From the book of Cáit Ní Dhuibhir, g.d., dánta; The one unfaithfulness of Naoise,dán fada; The fall of the year, ina bhfuil mórchuid a.

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Comrac Liadaine ocus Curithir 1 Líadain ben do Chorco Duibne.i. banéces. Luid sí for cúairt hi crích Connacht. Cuirithir mac Doborchon, éces side dno. Do Chonnachtaib dó. Dogníther ón cuirm dí-si le Cuirithir.

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We see the same struggle enacted in many Irish love stories, such as the wooing of Etain by Ailill, of Liadain by Curithir, and of Deirdre by Naisi. Very characteristic also is the rôle played by the dog Husdent, who is trained by Tristan to bring wild animals for food, as Bran, in the story of Diarmaid and Grainne, seeks out the flying forest.

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