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John Kinsella

the Dun Cow (1160). I read the legend in Joyce’s Celtic Legends, but most of the details are mine.’ By this story he intended to represent in his own original way the Celtic genius, and he wrote the poem with a genuine love of the peculiar exuberance of the Irish imagination.36 Interestingly, Hallam Tennyson, not long after publishing his Memoir, became Governor of South Australia (1899–1902) and even acting Governor-General (1902) then Governor-General (for a year – 1903–04; he was in conflict with Prime Minister Deakin) in the early years of the Australian

in Polysituatedness