Celtic Folklore Of Ireland
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This collection have 11 In-Apps books and they are :-
A Book Of Saints And Wonders :- Irish Christian folklore, including Brigit, Columcille, St. Patrick, and the Voyage of Brendan.
Cath Maige Tuired The Second Battle Of Mag Tuired :- This Irish saga, from before the ninth Century A.D., is an account of the epic battle between the mythical Tuatha De Danann and Fomoire for Ireland.
Cuchulain Of Muirthemne :- This is Lady Gregory's collation of the Cuchulain cycle.
Gods And Fighting Men :- This is Lady Augusta Gregory's retelling of the first and third cycles of the mythic history of Ireland: the Mythological and the Fenian.
Heroic Romances Of Ireland Volume I :- The Courtship of Etain, the Boar of Mac Datho, the Sickbed of Cuchulain, and the five "Tains" or Cattle-Forays, including the bizarre Tain bo Regamna, The Apparition of The Great Queen to Cuchulain.
Heroic Romances Of Ireland Volume II :- The Courtship of Etain, the Boar of Mac Datho, the Sickbed of Cuchulain, and the five "Tains" or Cattle-Forays, including the bizarre Tain bo Regamna, The Apparition of The Great Queen to Cuchulain.
The Cattle Raid of Cualnge :- The core text of the Ulster cycle: the epic tale of Cucchulain, the defender of Ireland.
The Cattle-Raid Of Cooley :- The central epic of the Ulster cycle: the great Irish hero, Cuchulain of Ulster, and his battle against the forces of Queen Medb of Connaught.
The Destruction Of Da Dergas Hostel :- So in this wise Conaire fared forth; and on each of the four roads whereby men go to Tara there were three kings awaiting him, and they had raiment for him, since it had been foretold that he would come stark-naked.
The Voyage Of Bran :- Old Irish saga of a voyage to the pagan Celtic otherworld, with parallel English and Gaelic.
Visions And Beliefs In The West Of Ireland :- This material collected over a period of more than twenty years proved to be a valuable source not only for Gregory's own plays but also for Yeats' work.
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