Alison suggested I speak with you about my "question"...but you were not listed in the Personal Message list...(or my machine just isn't working), thus this thread.
I read in an essay about Yeats and Innisfree that the name Innisfree means "heathery island"... I know the following words from my Irish/English dictionary:
inis = island fraoch = heather
I wanted to know how the two words are put together to form the Irish version of "Innisfree/Inisfree/Inishfree" (I've seen it spelled all three ways.)
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