Cearbhall O’Dalaigh

Life
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Works
James Doan, trans., The Romance of Cearbhall and Fearbhlaigh (Mountrath: Dolmen 1985); trans., Cearbhall Ó’Dálaigh: An Irish Poet in Romance and Oral Tradition (NY: Garland 1990); Siobhan Ní Laoire, ed., Bs. Cearbhaill agus Farbhlaide (Baile Átha Cliath: An Clóchomhar Tta. 1986).

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Criticism
James E. Doan,Doan, Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh, An Irish Poet in Romance and Oral Tradition (1990); Doan, ‘Cearbhaill Ó Dálaigh as Archetypal Poet in Irish Folk Tradition’, in Proceedings of the Harvard Colloquium, 1 (1981), pp.77-83; ‘Cearbhall O’Dalaigh as Craftsman and Trickster’, in Bealoideas: The Journal of the Folklore of Ireland Society, 50 (1982), pp.54-89; Doan, ‘Cearbhaill Ó Dálaigh as Lover and Tragic Hero’, in Béaloideas, 51 (1983), pp.11-30; Doan, ‘The Ó Dálaigh Family of Bardic Poets 1139-1691’, in Éire-Ireland, 20 (1985), 19-31; Doan, ‘The Folksong Tradition of Cearbhaill Ó Dálaigh’, in Folklore, 96 (1985), pp.67-86; Alan Harrison, An Chrosanacht (Baile Átha Cliath: An Clóchomhar Tta 1962); Seosamh Watson, ed., Mac na Míchomhairle (Baile Átha Cliath: An Clóchomhar Tta 1979).

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References
Dictionary of National Biography lists variant death date of 1350.

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Notes
Family: Cearbhall Buidhe O’Dalaigh (d.1245); Cearbhall Fionn O’Dalaigh; Cearbhall Breifneach O’Dalaigh; Cearbhall O’Dalaigh, d.1404, of Finyvara, Co. Clare; Cearbhall O’Dalaigh, fl. 1590-1640; father and son [listed by James Doan].

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