Ar Maidin Inne Cois Feile Bhinn

DESCRIPTION: Gaelic. Singer meets a beautiful woman. He asks if she is Helen of Troy or some other beauty of legend. She says she is the spirit of Ireland. He seduces her, then mocks and leaves her. Her father and friends pursue him.
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1943 (OCroinin-Cronin)
KEYWORDS: foreignlanguage seduction sex lie promise manhunt beauty Ireland father rake
FOUND IN: Ireland
REFERENCES (1 citation):
OCroinin-Cronin 24, "Ar Maidin Inne Cois Feile Bhinn" (2 texts)
NOTES [13 words]: The description follows the "English Summary" provided by OCroinin-Cronin. - BS
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File: OCC024

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