Item GPLAY16 - Dealbh-Chluich Ghaidhlig : Domhnull nan Trioblaid

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Dealbh-Chluich Ghaidhlig : Domhnull nan Trioblaid

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Gaelic Play : Donald of the Troubles

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Domhnull Mac-na-Ceardadh (Donald Sinclair)

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  • 1936 (Publication)
    Glasgow (SCO)

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1 booklet

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Item is a humerous play concerning the antics of a crofter.

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  • Scottish Gaelic

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    Poet and essayist, Donald SInclair (1885-1932) was born on Barra and left to apprentice as a draughtsman for an electrical engineering firm in Edinburgh. He eventually moved to London and the Manchester where he died of tuberculosis. Sinclair was also known as Bàrd na Leideig,The Bard of Leideag, a community just outside of Castlebay where he was born.

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    Item is a reprint.

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    There are 3 copies.

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