In Errigal: Sacred Mountain, Cathal O'Searcaigh (one of Ireland's most celebrated poets) goes on a pilgrim path around Errigal and (in the active meditation of walking) summons up the spirit of this revered mountain, the largest in Ireland. In his "Passages of Light" as he calls them, we get a vivid and an insightful word-journey around a mountain that has shaped the thinking of one of the most eminent poets in the Irish language. Eloquently written, this book is a sure-footed mix of memoir, acute observation, wry humour and wisdom.
It includes an engaging Preface by Irish American writer, Patrick Breslin; a scholarly Afterword by renowned historian and archaeologist Brian Lacey; and translations of O Searcaigh's poems by some of Ireland's most outstanding poets (Seamus Heaney, Paddy Bushe, Thomas McCarthy and Gabriel Rosenstock).
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