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From the personal notes of the great poet, this short volume highlights the tales told in the early twentieth century by the rural people of Ireland. This is not a genealogy of the Fae, but the sort of pleasant storytelling that people everywhere used to enjoy in the days before TV, mobile phones, and Pokeman Go.
Happily, the narration is not in a heavy brogue poorly understood by North American ears. Narrator Jack's performance does not distract from the work, but makes it more like the fireside listens that Yeates recounts.
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Would you listen to The Celtic Twilight again? Why?
Yes, I would listen to The Celtic Twilight again because the folktales of fairies, ghosts, witches, and giants are enchanting. These beliefs were so widespread and deep throughout Ireland that I began to believe that they were true. This collection by Yeats of tales from his native Ireland are lovingly retold. For a night of good yarns, listen to this book. These stories were told and passed down, so an audiobook read by Jack Chekijian with his Irish accent approximates how you may have heard the stories in Ireland. This book is a masterpiece. Buy and listen to it today!
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