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Representations of the Irish panorama in modern literature and the humanities, this quantity discusses the industrial, political and environmental matters linked to it, wondering the myths in the back of Ireland's panorama, from the 1st Greek descriptions to provide day publish Celtic-Tiger structure.
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It expresses reservations and considers navigation to Ierne as dangerous while presenting Ierne as belonging to a group of islands. 6 It should be noted here that the island is mentioned along with the notion of sacredness as acknowledged by geographers. This is important because what clearly appears in the epic text, is one of the reasons why geographers have largely defined the island of Ierne as an insular land, dominated by divine power and the rituals for Bacchus, that is to say, Dionysus.
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