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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Anwyl, Edward, 1897. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi( I, II), in: Zeitschrift fur celtische Philologie 1. pp. 277-293 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1909-191. 1911. The Book of Aneirin, in: Cymm. View notes »
Anwyl, Edward, 1899. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi (III), in: Zeitschrift fur celtische Philologie 2. pp. 124 -133 View Webpage » View notes »
Anwyl, Edward, 1901. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi (IV), in: Zeitschrift fur celtische Philologie 3. pp. 123 -134 View Webpage »
Arnold, Matthew, 1910 later ed. On the study of Celtic literature and other Essays, . London: J.M.Dent & Sons; New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. View notes »
Bromwich, Rachel, 1968. Trioedd Ynys Prydain : The Myvyrian “Third Series, in: Cymm. View notes »
Bromwich, Rachel, Wheeler, Bonnie, Tohurst, Fiona, 2001. The 'Mabinogion' and Lady Charlotte Guest (1812-1895), . Scriptorium Press.
Bromwich, Rachel, Sullivan, Charles William III, 1996. The Mabinogion and Lady Charlotte Guest, . pp. 3 -18. Garland Publications View Webpage » View notes »
Bromwich, Rachel, 1986. 'The Mabinogion' and Lady Charlotte Guest, in: Cymm.. pp. 127-41 View Webpage » View notes »
Carr, Glenda, 1982. William Owen Pughe yn Llundain, in: Cymm.. pp. 53-73
Carr, Glenda, 1983. William Owen Pughe, . Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru View notes »
Carr, Glenda, Jenkins, Geraint, 2005. An Uneasy Partnership: Iolo Morganwg and William Owen Pughe, . pp. 443–60
Carr, Glenda, Jenkins, Geraint, 1996. Bwrlwm bywyd y Cymry yn Llundain yn y ddeunawfed ganrif, . pp. 59–87
Carr, Glenda, Parry William, Glenda, 1966. Yr ysgolhaig a'r broffwydes (The scholar and the prophetess), in: Y Traethodydd View notes »
Chadbourne, Kate, 1999. The Otherworld procession in Irish and Welsh literature and folklore, View Webpage » View notes »
Clarke, George, 1843 April. Welsh Fiction: The Mabinogion by Lady Charlotte Guest Parts I, II, III, and IV, in: Monthly Review. pp. 453
Constantine, Mary-Ann, 2013. Literature of the Bardic Revival, View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1890 est. The Mabinogion, in: Manchester Literary Club Papers View Webpage » View notes »
Davies, Sioned, 2004. A Charming Guest: Translating the Mabinogion’, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 157-178 View notes »
Davies, Sioned, Koch, John T., 2006. Guest, Lady Charlotte, . pp. 853-4. ABC Clio. View notes »
Davies, Sioned, 2015 March 15. 'Word, Image, Ideology; The Victorian Mabinogion, View Webpage »
Davies, Sioned, 2013. Llunio llyfr: agweddau ar ddehongli’r Mabinogion, (Creating a book: aspects of interpreting the Mabinogion), . Canolfan Uwchefrydiau Cymreig a Cheltaidd View notes »
, , 2011, March 3. Setting the scene: nineteenth-century illustrations of the Mabinogion, View Webpage » View notes »
Davies, Sioned., Williams, J. E. C., 1997. Cyfieithu’r Mabinogion (Translating The Mabinogion), . pp. 16-30 View notes »
Drury, Annmarie S, 2008. Literary translators and Victorian poetry,
, , 2013 Aug. The Story of Wales: Timeline, View Webpage » View notes »
Edwards, J. M., 1896. Mabinogion: o Lyfr Coch Hergest,
Erickson, Kristine, 2001. Wales as the cradle of romance : how Lady Charlotte Guest's Mabinogion changed Welsh and English literature, View notes »
Evans, John Gwenogvryn, 1915. Poems from the Book of Taliesin, . Tremvan, Llanbedrog View Webpage » View notes »
Evans, John Gwenogwvryn, Loth, Joseph, 1886. Fragment du Mabinogi de Gereint ab Erbin [part 1], in: Revue Celtique. pp. 401—435 View Webpage »
Evans, John Gwenogwvryn, Loth, Joseph, 1887. Fragment du Mabinogi de Gereint ab Erbin [part 2], in: Revue Celtique. pp. 1—29. View Webpage »
Foulkes, Isaac, Foulkes, Isaac, 1880. Y Mabinogion Cymreig: Sef, Chwedlau Rhamantus yr hen Gymry, (The Welsh Mabinogion: Being Romantic Legends in the Old Welsh), . Isaac Foulkes. View notes »
Fraser, Maxwell, 1968 (Part 2) 1969. Lady Llanover and her circle, in: Cymm.. pp. 170-196 View notes »
Fraser, Maxwell, 1963. Lady Llanover and Lady Charlotte Guest, in: Anglo-Welsh Review. pp. 36-43 View notes »
Fulton, Helen, 2012. Matthew Arnold and the Canon of Medieval Welsh Literature, in: Review of English Studies. pp. 204-224. View notes »
Gaidoz, Henri, 1897. Annwn, in: Zeitschrift fur celtische Philologie 1. pp. 29 -34 View notes »
Gaidoz, Henri, 1889. Comparative notes to the Mabinogion, in: Cymm. pp. 1-11 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1972. The politics of Sir John Guest, 1825-1852,
Glowka, Arthur Wayne, 1981. Tennyson's Tailoring of Source in the Geraint Idylls, in: Victorian Poetry. pp. 302-307.
Gossedge, Rob, 2007. "Old order changeth": Arthurian literary production from Tennyson to White,
Guest, Charlotte, Guest, Montague John, 1911. Lady Charlotte Schreiber's Journals: Confidences of a Collector of Ceramics and Antiques throughout Britain, France, Holland, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Austria and Germany from the year 1869–1885, . John Lane View Webpage » View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Ponsonby, Vere, 1950. Lady Charlotte Guest: Extracts from her Journal 1833-1852, . John Murray View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, 1822 -1890. Journals (31 vols), View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Ponsonby, Vere, 1952. Lady Charlotte Schreiber: Extracts from her journal, 1853-1891. Edited by the Earl of Bessborough, etc. With plates, . John Murray View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, 1993. The Lady of the Fountain: from the Mabinogion, . Wings Books
Guest, Charlotte, Nutt, Alfred, 1902. The Mabinogion: Medieval Welsh Romances Translated by Lady Charlotte Guest, . David Nutt. View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, 1906. The Mabinogion (Everyman edition), . J. M. Dent and Sons and E. P. Dutton View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, 1990. Mabinogion: The Four Branches, (Illus. Jo Conti), . Llanerch. View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, 2001. The Mabinogion, (Illust. Alan Lee), . Harper Collins. View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Lanier, Sidney, 1881. The Boy's Mabinogion; Being the Earliest Welsh Tales of King Arthur in the Famous Red Book of Hergest, (Lanier edition), . Sampson Low and Co. View Webpage » View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, 1991. Mabinogion Legends: Kilhwch and Olwen, Peredur, Lludd and Llevelys, Taliesin, (Illus. Jo Conti), . Llanerch. View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Guest, Charlotte, 1838-49. The Mabinogion; from the Llyfr Coch o llergest and other ancient Welsh Manuscripts; with an English Translation and Notes, . Tonn Press, Llandovery, Wales; and Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London; simultaneously. View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Williams, Owen, 1902. The Mabinogion, . T. Fisher Unwin. View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Norris, Leslie, 1980. The Mabinogion / translated by Lady Charlotte Guest ; edited and introduced by Leslie Norris ; wood-engravings by Joan Freeman, . Folio Society View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Nutt, Alfred, 1904. The Mabinogion: Medieval Welsh Romances Translated by Lady Charlotte Guest, (revised and enlarged from 1902 edition), . David Nutt. View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Williams, R., 1902. The Mabinogion, View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Nutt, Alfred, 1902. The Mabinogion, . Long Acre View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Edwards, Owen Morgan, 1992. The Mabinogion, . Llanerch Publishers
Guest, Charlotte, 1838. The Mabinogion, I; from the Llyfr Coch o llergest and other ancient Welsh Manuscripts; with an English Translation and Notes, . Tonn Press, Llandovery, Wales; and Longmans, London; simultaneously View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, 1839. The Mabinogion, II: from the Llyfr Coch o llergest and other ancient Welsh Manuscripts; with an English Translation and Notes, . Tonn Press, Llandovery, Wales; and Longmans, London; simultaneously. 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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