Gaelic Literature  of the Isle of Skye: an annotated  bibliography   

 

Traditional Prose: collections and collectors

 

 

 

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MAC A’ PHI, Aonghas  (1927-2011)

 

Aonghas Mac a’ Phi was born in Glasgow of Skye parents and the family returned to live in Harlosh in the west of Skye when he was still a boy.  He was head of the Art Department in an Inverness school.  In 1982 he won An Comunn Gaidhealach’s Duais an Sgriobhaiche for his book Cunnartan Cuain: see his entry in the section for journalism and miscellaneous prose. See also his entry in the section for non-traditional creative prose.  In an interview published in Facal air an Fhacal (An t-Earrach 1984:32-35) he discusses his life and work.

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Aonghas Mac a’ Phi.  ‘ ‘A’ BhliadhnUr is Oidhche Challainn’.  Gairm, 149 (Geamhradh 1989-1990), 13-16.

 

New Year customs in Skye.

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Aonghas Mac a’ Phi.  ‘An Comanachadh’.  Gairm, 145 (Geamhradh 1988-1989), 60-62.

 

Communion Day in Skye: a highlight of the Presbyterian religious year.

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Aonghas Mac a’ Phi.  Sloinntearachd’.  Gairm, 144 (Foghar 1988), 369-374.

 

Genealogical tradition in Skye.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROSE

 

Traditional

Single items

 

Traditional:

collections

An Cabairneach

Daileach

Tormod Domhnallach I

Tormod Domhnallach II

Anna Ghreum

Gilleasbuig Aotrom

Iain MacAonghais

Aonghas Mac a’ Phi

Domhnall MacCuithein

J. G. MacKay

Hugh MacKinnon

Calum I. MacLean

Kenneth MacLeod

Niall MacLeòid

Alasdair MacNeacail

Eoghainn MacRath

Somhairle Thorburn

 

Non-traditional,

Creative

A-C,  An Cabairneach,

D-M,  N-Z,

Eilidh Watt

 

Journalism and

Miscellaneous

A-MacF,   MacG-Z

 

           

Abbreviations

 

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