NOTE: Please note that this book is in not in the English language; it is an Irish-language work only. In Cnoc na Lobhar, memories and imaginings surface in this sensitive and humorous portrayal of an old man as he draws together the complex strands of his life. One reviewer described the protagonist as 'difficult, bigoted, awkward, cantankerous ... He would appear to be the nightmare from which present-day language advocates are keen to awake. But O Treasaigh's portrait of a man and of a vision in crisis is all the more compelling because there is no attempt to make his convictions more palatable or his rage more decorous.'