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The Mabinogion

Author: Jeffrey Gantz
Publisher: New York : Dorset Press, 1985, ©1976.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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These eleven medieval Welsh tales were first written down in the 13th century, but were the product of countless generations of oral tradition. All the color and energy of the Celtic world emerges through these myths, folklore, and pseudo-history of Celtic Britain.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Gantz
ISBN: 0880290390 9780880290395
OCLC Number: 13071736
Notes: Originally published: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1976.
Description: 310 pages : map ; 21 cm
Contents: Pwyll Lord of Dyved --
Branwen daughter of Llŷr --
Manawydan son of Llŷr --
Math son of Mathonwy --
The dream of Maxen --
lludd and Llevelys --
Hpw Culhwch won Olwen --
The dream of Rhonabwy --
Owein, or, The countess of the fountain --
Peredur son of Evrawg --
Gereint and Enid.
Other Titles: Mabinogion.
Responsibility: translated with an introduction by Jeffrey Gantz.

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These eleven medieval Welsh tales were first written down in the 13th century, but were the product of countless generations of oral tradition. All the color and energy of the Celtic world emerges through these myths, folklore, and pseudo-history of Celtic Britain.

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