6 pages in length. The cultural function of Ni Dhomhnaill's poetry within "Pharaoh's Daughter" reflects the very essence of humanity, eloquently chronicling the subtlest nuances of Ireland's social existence, while at the same time displaying one woman's undaunted dedication to her native tongue. The words interwoven within the context of Ni Dhomhnaill's Irish legacy carry with them a great deal of power to such an extent that a handful of books have achieved classic status by virtue of their insightful glance into the inner workings of Ireland's celebrated – albeit dormant - language. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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