Pádraic Ó Conaire (1882-1928) was an Irish writer and journalist regarded as one of the leading Irish-language writers of the Gaelic Revival. Born in Galway to Irish-speaking parents, Ó Conaire was a prolific writer, publishing 26 books, 473 short stories, 273 essays and 6 plays in his lifetime. His most acclaimed novel, Deoraidheacht, is regarded as the earliest example of modernist fiction in the Irish language.


Deoraidheacht (1910)

M’asal Beag Dubh (1919)