Brid Mahon worked for many years with the Irish Folklore Commission In this book of memoirs, she reviews the Commission s work, moving back and forward through the centuries This is an informal cultural history of Ireland through the ages, with glimpses of autobiography....
|Title||:||While Green Grass Grows: Memoir of the Folklore Commission|
|Publisher||:||The Mercier Press Ltd January 1, 1998|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||776 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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While Green Grass Grows: Memoir of the Folklore Commission Reviews
"While the Green Grass Grows: Memoirs of a Folklorist" is many stories. Twenty-two chapters, each rich with incident & interest, told by one who in the old times would be greatly honored as a seanachie herself. Angus's gift of a great blossom of song for Ireland lives on here.