Mabinogi Bibliography

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There are 501 items in this collection.


Celtnet, , . Celtnet, View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1999. The Otherworld procession in Irish and Welsh literature and folklore, View Webpage » View notes »
Chadbourne, Kate., 2004. Otherworlds and Innerworlds: A Welsh Tale of Friendship with the Self, in: Parabola: Myth, Tradition, and the Search for Meaning. pp. 64-69 View notes »
Chadwick, Norah, 1967. The Borderland of the Spirit World in Early European Literature, in: Trivium. pp. 17 -36
Chance, Christina, 2006 -2007. The Recyclable Hero in Celtic and Kindred Traditions, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium
, , 2009. Ethnicity, Geography, and the Passage of Dominion in the Mabinogi and Brut Y Brenhinedd, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium. pp. 45-56 View notes »
, , 1983. The High Kings: Arthur's Celtic Ancestors, . Bantam View notes »
Cichon, Michael, Cory James Rushton, , Amanda Hopkins, , 2007. Eros and Error: Gross Sexual Transgression in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi’, . D.S.Brewer View notes »
Cichon, Michael, 2009. Violence and vengeance in Middle Welsh and Middle English narrative: Owein and Ywain and Gawain, . Edwin Mellen Press View notes »
Cline, Kurt Russell, 2004. Legerdemain of God: Shamanic praxis, gnostic speculation and the poetics of liminality, View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2007. Law and magic in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi,
Conley, Kassandra Leighann, 2009. Looking towards India: Nativism and Orientalism in the Literature of Wales, 1300-1600, View Webpage »
Conley, Kassandra Leighann, 2009. Deflowering Gwynedd: (Dis)use of the Sovereignty Goddess Myth in the Fourth Branch, View notes »
Conway, Stephen, 1996. Crossing Magical Boundaries: Warriors, Tests, and Mysterious Mounds in The Four Branches of the Mabinogi and “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight”, . Self published online View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1944. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Indra and Namuci, in: Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies. pp. 104-125
, , 2016. Rewriting a Mythic Nation: Welsh Women Writers recovering Welsh Myth and Folklore, View notes »
Crosby, Ruth, 1936. Oral Delivery in the Middle Ages, in: Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies. pp. 88-110
, , 1997. Telyn teirtu: Myth and magic in medieval Wales, . University of Wales Press
, , Feb. 2014. Yd aeth ef yn e geluydodeu': Magical Practice and the Moral Economy in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi and Chaucer's The Franklin's Tale, View Webpage »
, , 2019. Animating names. Eponyms, etymologies, and enchantments in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi, in: North American journal of Celtic studies. pp. 137-154
Darrah, John, 1994. Paganism in Arthurian Romance, . Boydell Press View notes »
Davies, Jonathan Caredig, 1911 repr. 1992. Folk-Lore of West and Mid-Wales, . Llanerch.
, , 1996. Ce;tic Christianity in Early Medieval Wales: the origins of the Welsh spiritual tradition, View notes »
, , 2012. The Archaeology of Grassholm Island, Pembrokeshire, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 1-10 View notes »
, , 1966. Rhwng Chwedl a Chredo: Dathlygiad Meddwyl Crefyddol Cymru yb yr Oesoedd Cynnar (‘Between Fable and Belief; the early development of religious thought in Wales’, my trans.), . UWP View notes »
Davies, Rhiannon Mary, 1993. The Moral Structure of Pedeir Keinc Y Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Davies, Sioned, Koch, John T., 2006. Pwyll Pendefig Dyfed, . pp. 1471. ABC Clio. View notes »
, , 2017?. Narrative from `Y Mabinogion` with the characters Blodeuwedd, Rhiannon and Taliesin, View notes »
, , 1990. The Hippomorphic Goddess and her Offspring, in: Journal of Indo-European Studies. pp. 285-307 View notes »
Diverres, Armel, 1992. Can the episode of Arthur's hunt of Twrch Trwyth in Culhwch ac Olwen be an early twelfth-century allegory?, in: Cymm.
Dumezil, Georges, Mac Cana, Proinsias, 1986. La Quatrieme Branche du Mabinogi et la Theologie des Trois Fonctions, . pp. 25 -38. Societe d'Edition "Les Belles Lettres,"
, , 1960. Branwen Daughter of Llŷr: A Study of the Irish Affinities and of the Composition of the Second Branch of the Mabinogi, in: Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies. pp. 471-475
, , 2010. Celtic Mythology in the Arthurian Legend, View Webpage »
Eames, Manon, 2008, Sept. 5. Magnificent Myths of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Earl, Benjamin, , , 2007. Places Don't Have to Be True to Be True: The Appropriation of King Arthur and the Cultural Value of Tourist Sites, . pp. 102-112.. McFarland.
, , 2016. ​Antur Enbyd: Dramateiddiad o Bedair Cainc y Mabinogion, (Perilous Adventure : A dramatization of the Four Branches of the Mabinogion, my trans.), . Gwales View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2013. Perfformio - Stori'r Perfformiwr ar Lwyfan y Theatr Gymraeg, (Performing - the Story of the Performer on the Stage of Welsh Theatre), . Llanrwst View Webpage » View notes »
Ellis, Peter Berresford, 2003. A Brief History of the Celts, . Avalon Publishing Group View notes »
Enright, Michael J., 2013. Lady with a Mead Cup: Ritual, Prophecy and Lordship in the European Warband from La Tene to the Viking Age, . Four Courts Press View notes »
Evans, John Young, 1914, 1922. Y llyfr cyntaf Pryderi Fab Pwyll ('Pryderi son of Pwyll from the Red Book'), . Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1914. Introduction by Edward Anwyl (Pryderi Saga), . pp. 5-7. Oxford: Henry Frowde
, , 1995. The Birth of Lugh: Óðinn and Loki among the Celts, in: Sinsear. pp. 119-31 View Webpage » View notes »
Faletra, Michael A., 2014. Wales and the Medieval Colonial Imagination, . Palgrave Macmillan View notes »
Faletra, Michael A., 2014. Epilogue: The Birds of Rhiannon, . pp. 173-180. Palgrave Macmillan View Webpage » View notes »
Faletra, Michael A., Cavell, Emma, Hurlock, Kathryn, 2018. Welsh Mythology, . Brill
Fee, Christopher R.; and Leeming, 2004. Gods, heroes & kings: the battle for mythic Britain, . OUP View notes »
, , , , 2013. L’embryogenèse divine. Des Vedas aux Mabinogion, in: Ollodagos. pp. 173-235
Fimi, Dimitra, 2006. "Mad" Elves and "Elusive Beauty": Some Celtic Strands of Tolkien's Mythology, in: Folklore. pp. 156-170
Fimi, Dimitra, 2003. Sacred and supernatural vessels in medieval Irish and Welsh literature, View notes »
Fimi, Dimitra, 2017. Celtic Myth in Contemporary Children's Fantasy: Idealization, Identity, Ideology, . Palgrave Macmillan View notes »
Fox, Rebecca, 2014. The Turn, the Cauldron, and the Scapegoat: A Study of the Second Branch of the Mabinogi Through the Mythological Theories of René Girard and J. R. R. Tolkien, View Webpage » View notes »
Frazer, James George, 1925. The Golden Bough - A Study in Magic and Religion (abridged edition), . Macmillan and Co. View notes »
Friedman, Albert B., 1960. Morgan le Fay in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, in: Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies. pp. 260-274
Fulton, Helen, Archibald, Elizabeth, Johnson, David F., 2013. Magic and the Supernatural in Early Welsh Arthurian Narrative: Culhwch ac Olwen and Breuddwyd Rhonabwy, . pp. 1-26 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2011. Ystoria Adaf ac Efa y Wreic and the Place of Apocrypha in the White Book of Rhydderch, in: Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium. pp. 106-117 View notes »
Furlan, Anka, 2011. Narrative techniques of the Early Medieval Welsh and Irish prose tales : a comparative investigation of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi and a Selection of Tales from the Ulster Cycle, View Webpage » View notes »
Furlong, Alice, 1906. The Influence of the Literature of Ancient Ireland upon 'The Mabinogion', in: The Irish Monthly. pp. 500-508 View Webpage »
, , 2011. Horses, swine and magical birds : the role of animals in the Mabinogion, View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2000. Historia Brittonum, ‘History of the Britons, . Cambridge
, , 2015. Mabinogi Skies: Astronomy of the First and Second branches, in: Trilithon. pp. 12-39


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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