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  • from the Gaelic words Baile Beag which means little town
  • considered an Irish "townland"
  • mythical Irish village

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Ballybeg is between Doneraile and Buttevant, but nearer to Buttevant.
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Dancing at Lughnasa (see references to Lughnasa, or Lughnasadh, the ancient pagan ritual) is a play by Brian Friel set in Ireland's County Donegal in August 1936.
Set in the fictional town of Ballybeg (small town in Gaelic), it is a memory play told from the point of view of Michael, the narrator.
He has returned this time to tell her he is joining the International Brigade to fight in the Spanish Civil War.
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