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Hallaig by Sorley MacLean

 

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nominated by: George Coppen

'Hallaig' is one of the great poems of Sorley MacLean, telling both in its original Gaelic and in the translation into English. It describes the past returning to the present. It is found in 'From Wood to Ridge, Colelcted Poems of Somhairle MacGill-Eain', Vintage,

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