Lesson 3 Literature


"Belief and Unbelief" pp.36-37 "the Host" p.31
From:Yeats,W.B The Celtic Twilight. Colin Smithe,Geralds Cross,1981

"#56 The Viking Threat." "#57 A Splendid Sword."
"#24Writing in the Wood." "#28 The Weary Scribe".
From Lehmann,Ruth,P.M.(Trans.,Ed.) Early Irish Verse. U. Of Texas Press., Austin, 1982.

"The Quarrel of the two Pig Keepers and How the Bulls were Begotten." pp.46-51.
"Chchulain".p.150. "The Sickle Chariot.",p.153.
From: Kinsella,Thomas,(Trans.) The Tain.,Oxford,1972.

"From the Instructions of King Cormac.".p.105. "On Colum of Terryglass.",p.71.
"From the Triads of Ireland.",pp.102-3
From: Myer,Kuno,Ancient Irish Poetry.,London,1911.

"Yes,More of It." ,pp-219-220.,
From: O'Nolan,Kevin,(Ed.) The Best of Myles., London ,1975. "Chapter 1".,pp.9-19.

From: O'Brien , Flan., At Swim Two Birds. Plume, N.Y. 1976.

"The Praise of Fionn.",pp.28-9.
From:O'Connor,Frank. Kings ,Lords and Commons., Ford and Bailie, Van Nuys,1989.

"Verse".,p.471. "To the Maids Not to Walk in the Wind.",p.472. "Ringsend.",pp.468-9.
From: Greene,David,H.,An Anthology of Irish Literature.,Random House,N.Y. 1954.

Other Works:

Cross,Tom,Peete and Clark H. Slover.,Ancient Irish Tales., Figgis,Dublin,1969.
Murphy,Gerard.,Early Irish Lyrics., Oxford.,1970.
Gregory,Lady,A.  Gods and Fighting Men., Oxford,N.Y. 1970.
O'Sullivan,Sean.,Folktales of Ireland., U. Of Chicago Press,1966.
Glassie,Henry(Ed.)., Irish Folk Tales., Penguin,1987.
Jackson,Kenneth,H. A Celtic Miscellany., Penguin, 1975.
Kackson,Kenneth,H. The Oldest Irish Tradition:A Window on the Iron Age.,Cambridge University
O'Duilerga,Seamus.,"Nera and the Dead Man.",pp. 522-534. From: Ryan,Essays and Studies
Presented to Professor Eoin MacNeill., Dublin,1940.

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