All posts in "Literature"

Irish Literature – from 16th century to 60s

By Veronica De Biasio / July 3, 2020

Welcome back! Curious about Irish Literature? We have talked about from the arrival of Christianity to the Middle Ages in the first part. If you missed it, take a look here. If you want to learn more about how history affects literature, you’re in the right place! The modern period Throughout the 16th century, English […]


Irish Literature – from Christianity to Middle Ages

By Veronica De Biasio / June 26, 2020

Irish literature offers a profound legacy and many novelties in the word literary landscape. Ireland is the birthplace of many Oscar winners. Ireland’s enormous culture is proud of the great artists who have managed to achieve resounding success around the globe. But when did the first literary works begin? Irish literature beginning We know little […]


Linda Ervine – Irish language thriving in East Belfast

By Niall Ó Brolcháin / June 24, 2020

Linda Ervine’s interview video at the bottom of the article I first met Linda Ervine, a proud Unionist and Protestant from East Belfast, a few years ago in Gweedore, County Donegal.  We were attending an intensive, residential one-week Gaeilge or Irish language course. I had a great night over a few pints with Linda and […]