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An account of how the last Blasket islanders settled on the Irish mainland in the 1940s and 50s. The book acts as an epilogue to The Islanders by Sean O'Crohan's father, Tomas. By the author of Westerly Breeze . Tim Enright has also translated Island Cross-Talk by Tomas O'Crohan.
About the Author Sean O'Crohan (1898-1975) lived on the island of the Great Blasket until 1942, when he moved with his family to the mainland. He was also the author of Westerly Breeze, a compilation of Blasket lore. About the Translator Tim Enright is a retired classics teacher who has also translated A Pity Youth Does Not Last and Island Cross-Talk by Tomas O'Crohan.