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Dracula (Irish Language Edition)

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ISBN: 9781857919165
Pub Date20/10/2015
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
DeweyAF
Publisher: An Gum
Quick overview A new edition of the famous translation by Seán Ó Cuirrín of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, based on the edition prepared by Maolmhaodhóg Ó Ruairc and published by An Gúm in 1997.
€9.50

'Go dtaga tú de do dheoin, go n-imí tú slán agus go bhfága tú i do dhiaidh a bheag nó a mhór dár thug tú leat de shonas.' Eagrán nua é seo den aistriúchán iomráiteach a rinne Seán Ó Cuirrín ar mhórshaothar uafáis Bram Stoker.

Gach braon den bheocht a chuir fear Chluain Tarbh sa bhunscéal, d'aistrigh an Cuirríneach go snasta é sa chlasaic seo a foilsíodh den chéad uair in 1933. Leagan nuachóirithe é seo atá bunaithe ar an eagrán a réitigh Maolmhaodhóg Ó Ruairc agus a d'fhoilsigh an Gúm in 1997.

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'Go dtaga tú de do dheoin, go n-imí tú slán agus go bhfága tú i do dhiaidh a bheag nó a mhór dár thug tú leat de shonas.' Eagrán nua é seo den aistriúchán iomráiteach a rinne Seán Ó Cuirrín ar mhórshaothar uafáis Bram Stoker.

Gach braon den bheocht a chuir fear Chluain Tarbh sa bhunscéal, d'aistrigh an Cuirríneach go snasta é sa chlasaic seo a foilsíodh den chéad uair in 1933. Leagan nuachóirithe é seo atá bunaithe ar an eagrán a réitigh Maolmhaodhóg Ó Ruairc agus a d'fhoilsigh an Gúm in 1997.

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