Mabinogi Bibliography

In the Mabinogi Bibliography YOU CAN  … SEARCH for an author, title, date etc. … click open Notes to see extra info … Copy/ Paste an entry to reference it. If you SEARCH and get a list you like – copy all of it! More  Category searches on the way, as well as Timeline view by year of publication (work in progress Feb 2015).

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Harding, Carol Elaine, 1985. The Figure of Merlin in legendary romance (Arthurian, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Britain, Vulgate cycle, Malory, huth "Merlin"), View notes »
Harding, Carol Elaine, 1985. The Figure of Merlin in Legendary Romance, . Indiana University. View notes »
, , 2006. Horse Motifs in Folk Narrative of the Supernatural, View notes »
Harries, Meinir, 2003. Dychwelyd at gyfeiriadau, termau a chysyniadau cyfreithiol yn y Mabinogi, [References , legal terms and concepts in the Mabinogi - my trans.], in: Y Traethodydd. pp. 664-667
Harries, Meinir, 2003. Peredur nai Arthur, in: BBCS. pp. 311-14 View notes »
Harvey, Michael, 2015 March 14. Performing the Mabinogi - a storytellers perspective, View Webpage »
Harvey, Michael, Hughes, Dafydd Davies, 2015 March 13. The First Branch, View Webpage » View notes »
Harvey, Michael, Hughes, Dafydd Davies, 2015 March 13. The Third Branch, View Webpage » View notes »
, , Tues 15 Nov 2016, 22.45. Superheroes of the Mabinogion, View Webpage » View notes »
Hawke, Andrew et al., 2014. Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru / A Dictionary of the Welsh Language, (GPC), View Webpage »
Haycock, Marged, 1983. Llyfr Taliesin : astudiaethau ar rai agweddau, View Webpage » View notes »
Haycock, Marged, 1983. Preiddeu Annwn’ and the Figure of Taliesin, in: 52–78 View notes »
Haycock, Marged, 1999. 'Where cider ends, there ale begins to reign': drink in medieval Welsh poetry, . University of Cambridge, Dept of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic Studies
Haycock, Marged, 2007. Legendary poems from the Book of Taliesin, . CMCS Publications
Haycock, Marged, 2004. Taliesin a Brwydr y Coed, in: J. E. and Gwen Caerwyn Williams Memorial Lecture
Haycock, Marged, 2011. Rachel Sheldon Bromwich: 30.07.1915— 15.12.2010, in: Zeitschrift fur Celtische Philologie. pp. 1-4
Haycock, Marged, Koch, John T., 2006. Bromwich, Rachel, . pp. 294-5. ABC Clio. View notes »
Haycock, Marged, Koch, John T., 2006. Taliesin - the Taliesin Tradition, . pp. 1653 -6. ABC Clio. View notes »
Haycock, Marged, 2013. Prophecies from the Book of Taliesin: An edition, translation and study of the remaining unedited poems in the Book of Taliesin, (National Library of Wales MS Peniarth 2), . CMCS Publications View notes »
Haycock, Marged, Johnston, Dafydd, Rowland, Jenny, Daniel, Iestyn, 2003. Cyfoeth y Testun: Ysgrifau ar Lenyddiaeth Gymraeg yr Oesoedd Canol, [exts of Power: Essays on Medieval Welsh Literature, my trans.], . Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru
Hayes, Derek W., Koc, Michas, Williams, Dyfed, 2003 Nov. Otherworld (S4C), View Webpage » View notes »
, , Mar 14, 2015. The First Branch, View Webpage » View notes »
, , Mar 14, 2015. The Second Branch, View Webpage » View notes »
, , Mar 14, 2015. The Third Branch, part 1, View Webpage » View notes »
, , Mar 14, 2015. The Fourth Branch, part 1, View Webpage » View notes »
Hazekamp, Annemarie, 2007. Social roles in selected medieval Welsh prose tales, View notes »
, , 1999. Rhiannon Seating, View Webpage » View notes »
, , , , , , 2010. Afterlife and Celtic Concepts of the Otherworld, . pp. 43-58
Hellman, Dara, 2014. Gereint as Rhetorical Question: Curating Continuity,
Hellman, Dara, 2010. The Born(e) Legitimacy: Coherence, Conjuncture, and Closure in Gereint vab Erbin,
Helppenstall, Rayner, 1950 -1951. Taliesin's Praise-in-Death of Owain vab Urien Rheged, in: Poetry Quarterly. pp. 213
Hemming , Jessica, 1996. Ami and Amile: A Partial Source for Pwyll?, in: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 57-93 View notes »
Hemming , Jessica, 2002. Bos primigenius in Britain, or Why Do Fairy Cows Have Red Ears?, in: Folklore. pp. 71-82
Hemming , Jessica, 2012. An Introduction to Early Irish Literature, in: Folklore. pp. 244-246
Hemming , Jessica, 2011. Legendary Poems from the Book of Taliesin, in: Folklore. pp. 354-356
Hemming , Jessica, 1997. Sellam gestare: Saddle-Bearing Punishments and the Case of Rhiannon, in: Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies. pp. 45 - 64 View notes »
Hemming , Jessica, 1999. Review of Breeze, in: Early Medieval Europe. pp. 149–50
Hemming , Jessica, 2009. The Mabinogi : Legend and Landscape of Wales (Review), in: Folklore. pp. 232-234 View notes »
Hemming , Jessica, 2010. Ireland and the Grail, in: Folklore. pp. 113-115
Hemming, Jessica, 1997. Bos primigenius in Britain, or Why Do Fairy Cows Have Red Ears?,
Hemming, Jessica, 1995. ’Across the Crupper of His Horse’: Stirrups, Mounted Combat, and the Pre-Norman Welsh,
Hemming, Jessica, 1998. Reflections on Rhiannon and the Horse Episodes in Pwyll, in: Western Folklore. pp. 19-40
Hemming, Jessica, 2009. Beast-Boys and Evil Twins: Folk Narrative Names in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi,
Hemming, Jessica, 2011. The Curious Case of the ‘Countess’ in the Welsh Romances,
Hemming, Jessica, 2013. The Colour Portrait in Medieval Welsh Literature,
Hemming, Jessica, 2012. Red, White, and Black in Symbolic Thought: The Tricolour Folk Motif, Colour Naming, and Trichromatic Vision, in: Folklore. pp. 310-329
Hemming, Jessica, Aug. 2003. Ancient Tradition or Authorial Invention? The ‘Mythological’ Names in the Four Branches,
Hemming, Jessica, Nagy, Josef F., 2007. Ancient Tradition or Authorial Invention? The ‘Mythological’ Names in the Four Branches, . Four Courts Press.
Hemming, Jessica, 1993. The Legend of Ami and Amile as a Source for the Mabinogi of Pwyll,
Henley, Georgia, 2010. Vengeful Wells and Spouting Lakes: Expressions of Hydrolatry in Gerald of Wales, Chrétien de Troyes, and Celtic Myth,
Henri, Theodore Claude, 1842. Contes Populaire des Anciens Bretons, . Imprimerie Schneider et Landgrand. View notes »
Henry, P. L., 1968. Culhwch and Olwen—Some Aspects of Style and Structure”, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 30-38
Hepfer, Karl, 2000. Die Mabinogion und ihre Nachfahren, in: Inklings: Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik. pp. 290-311
, , 1930. The story of Kilhweh and Olwen, from the Mabinogion and its relation to Arthur, in: Proceedings of the Dyserth and District Field Club
, , 2007. Preiddeu Annwn: The Spoils of Annwn, View Webpage » View notes »
Higley, Sarah Lynn, 1994. Dirty Magic: Seiðr, Science, and the Parturating Man in Medieval Norse and Welsh Literature, in: Essays in Medieval Studies. pp. 137-149
Hill, Thomas, 1990. Pwyll and the Receding Lady: an Essay on Comparative Horsemanship, in: French Studies Bulletin. pp. 1-3
Hollo, Anselm, 1975. The Mabinogion, on Translation, in: Chicago Review. pp. 175 ff.
Honko, Lauri, 2000. Text as Process and Practice: the textualization of oral epics, . pp. 3 -54. Mouton de Gruyter View notes »
Hemming, Jessica; (then Hooker), 1995. A textual commentary on the First Branch of the Mabinogi, 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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