WHO ARE THESE MCNALLYS FROM ROSCOMMON ?
1. ELEONORA MC NALLY – International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Marriage: 26 OCT 1828 Roman Catholic, Roscommon And Kilteevan, Roscommon, Ireland
2. MORDACIUS MC NALLY – International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Marriage: 25 APR 1829 Roman Catholic, Roscommon And Kilteevan, Roscommon, Ireland
3. MARGARET MC NALLY – International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Marriage: 31 AUG 1846 Roman Catholic, Roscommon And Kilteevan, Roscommon, Ireland
ROYAL HOTEL ROSCOMMON EST 1782.
- The Italian story of Leonora and Ippolito which might offer some explanation of Melinda’s use of the name LEONORA on her marriage certificate.
- brief outline of Italian Literature course at Santa Cruz Uni in Leonora e Ippolito
Tales and fables of love, lust, and amorous conflict have left an impressive trace in Italian literature. Following this theme, we will analyze the development and the reciprocal influence through the centuries of three literary genres that have played an important role in the Italian literary tradition: the novella, the fairy tale, and the short story. We will approach these brief texts both from a formal and a thematic perspective; we will examine the connections between literature, politics, anthropology, and history. To what extent can we think of the tale as “historical testimony”? Is the fairytale simply a flight of fantasy? What does the short story have to say about contemporary Italian culture and relationships?
SYDNEY HERALD MAY 16th 1831
In the Section ORGINAL POETRY.
‘FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD’
“CUPID ON BREAD AND WATER
Day by Day he fed on the sighs and tears of Leonora
Sad Cheer: but the Food of the Heart not withstanding. “
Don’t name your vessel Leonora.
Lest you wish to greet the Ocean Floor-a