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MICHAEL DINNEEN'S cottage Carrigarinka was keeping a
in Carrigarinka village wore a compulsory holiday-the third
deserted look when I passed within the week. From at
it on my way to the railway least one window in every
junction. Not that it ever house a Sinn Fein flag hung
looked particularly comfortable limply in the mild spring air ;
or prosperous, nor, indeed, even the whitewashed wall
could Dinneen himself be de- round the pump was enlivened
scribed in these terms.

by stripes of green and yellow
An ex-soldier, who had lost paint. In the distance I could
an arm in the war, he was a see the limestone crag known
comparatively recent settler in as the little rock of the dancing,
the village, driven there, it was with a defiantly large flag tied
reported, by ill-treatment re- to a stunted tree on its summit.
ceived in his native place, The rock itself was a landmark
which happened to be fiercely visible for many miles. In the
Sinn Fein and pro-German. field below the country people
I gathered he was popular in formerly assembled for games
his new home. His neighbours and dancing. Later, the rock
treated him with cautious overlooked less innocent occu-
friendliness. He managed to pations, for, when not detained
obtain employment in the tele- at the nation's expense, the
graph office in a country town chief Sinn Feiner of the dis-
three miles off, and went his trict, one Teige O'Leary (or, as
way unmolested.

he patriotically rendered it,
As I drove my car down the Tadg Laeghire), lived beneath
village street I realised that its shelter.


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