Murder of a Moderate Man

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As a code of chivalry developed in the Middle Ages, so the prestige of the knight rose, and with it the expense of maintaining armour and trappings. I have a most vivid recollection of seeing a tremendous burst of clay and earth go shooting up into the air—yes, and even parts of human bodies and that when the smoke cleared away there was nothing left. Here is a youtube link of some old fella reciting a poem about Stonewall Jackson (I have no idea why) in the Ulster Scots accent that i mentioned above thats still widely used in the Ard Peninsula, or Low Country as its known locally. travelled around southern ireland alot in the 90s, of all the accents i experienced the ones that stick out are the 2 Dublin ones (regular and “upper class d4”), the Cork acent and the Waterford accent. the Waterford accent is softer and easiest to understand then any of the others and iv never heard it since Iv been there. it seems to have originated seperatly from any of the other surrounding dialects. the Cork accent is very musical but hard to understand for some tourits (like myself) also the “posh” irish accent is the same wherever you go there. it sounds like lloyd Grossman! the northern irish accent and its variants are grating to my ears. all the other accents are individual but seem to blend into each other. (carlow, kilkenny, wexford, wicklow are all akin as are mayo, sligo, galway etc) The actor Chris O’Dowd is from there, if that helps.

Pages: 271

Publisher: St Martins Pr (December 1986)

ISBN: 0312000553

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