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Subject: (BE) Beart is Briathar Query: Answer
From: Breandan O hAnnaidh <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Breandan O hAnnaidh <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 21 Feb 1995 15:40:00 +0000

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Beart is Briathar Parts 1, 2 and 3: each part =9C5.60
        author Po/ de Bha/l 1991
        ISBN 1 872019 10 2 (at least for Part 3)
Bibliographic search details:
It's red, 9" x 6.6" x 0.5" with a big disembodied eye in the middle o=
the front cover, plus a quantity of other body parts :-)        (dunn=
o why?)
Beart is Briathar is published by
        An Clo/ Ceilteach
        Droichead O/rga
        Baile A/tha Cliath 8.
The publisher is listed in the phonebook in English only:
        Celtic Press
        Goldenbridge Industrial Estate
        Dublin 18
        (01) 453 0328
The set of books is aimed at the Junior Cycle: ages 12 to 16 in Irish
second-level schools. Looks like a standard schoolbook for standard k=
to me--no particular concessions to adults, standard or otherwise.
There are 2 tapes available to go with Part 1 (=9C8),
and another 2 tapes (for another =9C8) for Part 2; no tapes for Part =
There is a workbook to go with the tapes: =9C2.90 for each of Part 1 =
and Part 2;
again, none for Part 3.
In Part 3, pages 7 to 104 comprise 19 prose selections from various a=
pages 107 to 126 have Dra/mai/, pages 129 onwards Fili/ocht, 205 onwa=
Gramadach, 222 onwards Tionscadail.
Breanda/n O/ hAnnaidh

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