THE LITTLE BRAWL AT ALLEN (IRISH FAIRY TALES) by James Stephens

CHAPTER I “I think,” said Cairell Whiteskin, “that although judgement was given against Fionn, it was Fionn had the rights of it.” “He had eleven hundred killed,” said Cona’n amiably, “and you may call that the rights of it if you like.” “All the same—” Cairell began argumentatively. “And it was you that commenced it,” … Continue reading THE LITTLE BRAWL AT ALLEN (IRISH FAIRY TALES) by James Stephens