Irish translation of ‘Dracula’ funded by minister who slashed the old-age pension

Former minister for finance Ernest Blythe who, in a previous era of austerity, cut the old-age pension still found public funds to translate Dracula into Irish, it has emerged. A fresh insight into Mr Blythe’s economic stewardship has been highlighted by the discovery of a rare copy of Dracula “as Gaeilge”. Published in 1933, with a translation by Seán Ó Cuirrín, it introduced native Irish speakers to those, hitherto alien,...

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