Mabinogi Bibliography

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Becker, Audrey, 2010 July. From Wales to South Korea: Imagining The Mabinogi in Film and Video Games, View Webpage » View notes »
Becker, Audrey, 2011. Temporality, teleology and the Mabinogi in the twenty-first century, . McFarland
, , 2015. Transmission, Translation, and Transformation in the Mabinogi / Mabinogion, View Webpage » View notes »
, , July 2016. Welsh Mythology and the Contemporary Novel: The ‘double drive’ in Seren Books’ New Stories from the Mabinogion, View notes »
Becker, Audrey; Noone, 2011. Welsh mythology and folklore in popular culture : essays on adaptations in literature, film, television, and digital media, . McFarland. View notes »
Bek-Pedersen, K., Andren, A., Jennbert, K., Raudvere, C., 2006. Interpretations of Ynglingasaga and the Mabinogi : Some Norse-Celtic correspondences, View notes »
Benozzo, Francesco, 1997. Epona, Rhiannon e Tristano: Metamorfosi cortese di una dea celtica: A proposito di filologia dei testi, folklore e mitologia comparata. / Epona, Rhiannon and Tristan: Metamorphosis of a kind of a Celtic goddess: the philology of the texts, folklore, and a comparative mythology, in: Quaderni di Semantica. pp. 281-290. View notes »
Benozzo, Francesco, Koch, John T., 2006. Romance lyric, Celtic substratum, . pp. 1527 -28. ABC Clio. View notes »
Benozzo, Francesco., 2002. Studi Celtici (Journal), View Webpage » View notes »
Bernhardt-House, Phillip A., 2010. Werewolves, magical hounds, and dog-headed men in Celtic literature: a typological study of shape-shifting, . Edwin Mellen Press View notes »
Bettini, Jessica Lynne, 2011. The Rage of the Wolf: Metamorphosis and Identity in Medieval Werewolf Tales, View Webpage » View notes »
Bevill, Robert Scott., 2009. Goddess, king, and Grail: Aspects of sovereignty within the early medieval heroic tradition of the British Isles, View notes »
Bezant, Jemma, 2012 12 -13 July. Archaeology of the Mabinogion, View notes »
Bhreathnach, Máire, 1982. The Sovereignty Goddess as Goddess of Death?, in: Zeitschrift fur celtische Philologie 1. pp. 243-260 View notes »
, , 1995 Oct. Medieval Lordship, in: Speculum. pp. 743-759
Blanchard, Ian, 2007. The twelfth century: a neglected epoch of British social and economic history,
Bland, Marian R., 2012. Discovering Border Crossings in Pagan Epic Literature, View notes »
, , 2001. Blodeuedd, . Dinas View Webpage » View notes »
Bloomfield, Morton W.; and Dunn, 1989. The Role of the Poet in Early Societies, . Bloomfield and Dunn View notes »
Blosen, Hans, 1976. Noch einmal: Zu Enites Schuld in Hartmanns Erec. Mit Ausblicken auf Chretiens Roman und das Mabinogi von Gereint, in: Orbis Litterarum View notes »
, , , , May 2008. Landscapes of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
, , , , March 2008. Landscapes of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 1974. The Thematic Structure of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: Cymm.. pp. 250-276. View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 1984. The Mabinogi and 'The Mabinogion', in: Cambridge MeAvalon to Camelot
Bollard, John Kenneth, 1983. The Role of Myth and Tradition in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 67 - 86 View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 1970. A literary assessment of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, View notes »
, , 1995. Owain ap Cadwgan and the literary structure of Medieval Welsh History (Abstract), . pp. 301. Harvard University View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 2000. Theme and meaning in Peredur, in: Arthuriana. pp. 73-92
Bollard, John Kenneth, Wilhelm, J. J., 1994. Arthur in the early Welsh tradition, . Garland Publications View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 2010. Tales of Arthur: Legend and Landscape of Wales, . Gomer Press View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, Anthony Griffiths, , 2006. The Mabinogi, Legend and Landscape of Wales, . Gomer Press View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 2007. What is The Mabinogi? What is "The Mabinogion"?, View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 1974. Textual Notes on The White Book Mabinogion, in: BBCS. pp. 50-51. View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 2004. Landscape of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 2007. Companion Tales to The Mabinogi, . Gomer Press View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 1980-81. Traddodiad a Dychan yn Breuddwyd Rhonabwy [Tradition and Satire in The Dream of Rhonabwy], in: Llên Cymru. pp. 155-63
Bollard, John Kenneth, 2013. Meuyl ar uy Maryf: Shame and Honour in The Mabinogi, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 123–147 View notes »
Bollard, John Kenneth, 2010. Tales of Arthur: Legend and Landscape of Wales, in: Landscapes. pp. 37-60 View notes »
, , , , 2015. Englynion y Beddau/The Stanzas of the Graves, . Gwasg Carreg Gwalch View Webpage » View notes »
Boon, Erin, 2009. Classical influences on medieval Welsh literature, View notes »
Boon, Erin, 2009. Arthur as Alexander in Culhwch ac Olwen, View notes »
Borsje, Jacqueline, 2004. In memoriam: Proinsias Mac Cana, in: Kelten: Mededelingen van de Stichting A. G. van Hamel voor Keltische Studies. pp. 6
, , 2001. Y traddodiad rhyddiaith yn yr oesau canol [The prose tradition in the Middle Ages, my trans.], . Gwasg Gomer
, , 1988. Tales from the Mabinogion,, . Random House Trade Paperbacks View notes »
Bowman, Marion., Koch, John T., 2006. Spirituality, Celtic, . pp. 1622 -23. ABC Clio. View notes »
Boyd, Matthieu, 2010. Why the "Mabinogi" Has Branches, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium. pp. 22-38 View notes »
Boyd, Matthieu, 2013. Teaching Notes from a Personal Reading of the Mabinogi, View notes »
Boyd, Matthieu, 2016. The Four Branches Flowering: New Tales from the Mabinogion, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium. pp. 57-87 View notes »
Bragg, Lois, 1997. From the Mute God to the Lesser God: Disability in Medieval Celtic and Old Norse literature, in: Disability & Society. pp. 165-178
Branchaw, Sherrylyn, 2007. Pwyll and PuruSamedha: Human Sacrifice in the Mabinogi, in: UCLA Indo-European Conf View notes »
Braun, Michele Darlene, 2002. Pedagogical mythology: Attanasio's Arthur as contemporary hero,
Breeze, Andrew, 2003. Peredur Son of Efrawg and windmills, in: Celtica. pp. 58-64 View Webpage » View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, 2008. The Mabinogion, trans. by Sioned Davies (review), in: Yearbook of English Studies. pp. 253
Breeze, Andrew, 1997. Did a woman write the Four Branches of the Mabinogi?, in: Studi Medievali. pp. 679-705 View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, 1997. Armes Prydein, Hywel Dda, and the Reign of Edmund of Wessex, in: Etudes Celtiques. pp. 209-222
Breeze, Andrew, 2009. The Origins of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . Gracewing Publishing View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, 2011. Warlords and Diplomats in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 155-169. de Gruyter View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, 1997. Medieval Welsh Literature, . Four Courts Press.
Breeze, Andrew, R. Black, W. Gillies and R. Ó Maolaigh, 1999. The Author of the Mabinogi Identified?, . pp. 499 View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, Wawn, Andrew, Johnson, Graham, Walter, John, 2007. Some Critics of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 155-166. Brepols View notes »

 

WHAT IS IN IT? The Mabinogi Bibliography is firstly about the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, but it also has a lot of entries for The Mabinogion.’ There are selected background resources (e.g. Welsh historical context, and Middle Welsh.) Then there are key items of fiction, theatre, arts, media, music. Lots of online resources.

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