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The Ulster Reciter: Ballads, Poems and Recitations for Every Occation e-book

Author:

Joe McPartland

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

Poetry

ePub size:

1251 kb

Other formats:

azw lit mobi doc

Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Blackstaff Pr; 2nd edition (October 24, 2008)

Pages:

96

ISBN:

0856408298

The Ulster Reciter: Ballads, Poems and Recitations for Every Occation e-book

by Joe McPartland


Now actor Joe McPartland, himself a dab hand at the declaiming, has compiled a lively anthology of the best of such offerings.

Now actor Joe McPartland, himself a dab hand at the declaiming, has compiled a lively anthology of the best of such offerings. The whole is attractively illustrated, making it a treat for Ulster reciters everywhere.

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His book, The Ulster Reciter brings together all of Northern Ireland's favourite ballads and poems, including & Man from God Knows Where', & McGrath', & Diagonal Steam Trap' and & Bloat' (which ends with the unforgettable lines: & the razor blade was German made,/But the sheet was Irish linen.

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Library descriptions. A lively anthology of Northern Ireland's folk poems, ballads, and recitations.

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Joe McPartland (1928-1994) was born in Belfast and educated at St Mary's Christian Brothers' School. He was a regular on radio and television, and starred in plays across the UK and Ireland. His book, The Ulster Reciter brings together all of Northern Ireland's favourite ballads and poems, including 'The Man from God Knows Where', 'Master McGrath', 'The Diagonal Steam Trap' and 'William Bloat' (which ends with the unforgettable lines: 'For the razor blade was German made,/But the sheet was Irish linen.

A lively anthology of Northern Ireland's folk poems, ballads, and recitations.

The Ulster Reciter: Ballads, Poems and Recitations for Every Occasion. An excellent local dialect poetry book which I had been seeking for a number of years. Great entertaining read.

100 Famous Funny Poems.

Northern Ireland has a rich and colorful history of poetry, verse and recitation - you will be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't heard of `The Man from God Knows Where', `Master M'Grath' or `William Bloat'. These familiar characters have become firm favorites in Ulster homes and - since it was first published in 1984 - so has The Ulster Reciter, a lively anthology that brings together the best of Northern Ireland's oral tradition.

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