Fiction in Translation

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  • Tuathanas nan Creutairean

    George Orwell

    George Orwell’s timeless novel Animal Farm, one of Time magazine’s 100 best English-language novels of all time, has been translated by Angus Peter Campbell into Gaelic for the very first time.


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  • Un passe-temps pour l’ete

    Martainn Mac an t-Saoir

    French language version of Martin MacIntyre’s award-winning, Ath-Aithne.


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  • Taghadh de Sgeulachdan Inspeactair Rebus

    Ian Rankin

    A selection of Ian Rankin’s stories translated into Gaelic by Norman Maclean.


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  • Caogad san Fhàsach

    Dòmhnall Iain MacÌomhair

    A collection of fifty short stories on a wide range of topics, including war, history, politics, work, and tradition.


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  • Malairt Scéil

    M. MacIntyre & D. Gillies

    This book contains Irish translations of a selection of short stories by Martin MacIntyre and Duncan Gillies which appeared in their collections Ath-Aithne (Clàr, 2003) and Tocasaid ‘Ain Tuirc (Clàr, 2004)


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  • Buile Shuibhne

    Uilleam Nèill

    A modern Gaelic version of the story of the madness of Sweeney, with parallel English translations.


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  • Leth-cheud Bliadhna

    Ruairidh MacDhòmhnaill

    This collection contains a mixture of translated works and the author’s own poetical musings on a variety of subjects, such as nature, homeland, love, humour and self-knowledge.


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