Mabinogi Bibliography

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There are 172 items in this collection.


Anderson, Katharine Anne, 2003. Youth, gender and identity in Welsh princely families, 1075--1240, View Webpage » View notes »
Anwyl, Edward, 1906-07. Ancient Celtic Goddesses, in: The Celtic Review. pp. 26 -51 View Webpage »
, , 2017. The Owl - a symbolic figure from the dawn of Celtic Culture to modern-day Wales. Revisiting a Welsh tradition and its cultural context, View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2014. "You Took My Spirit Captive Amongst the Leaves": The Creation of Blodeuwedd in Re-Imaginings of the Fourth Branch of the Mabinog, in: The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies. pp. 178-206
Bauchhenss, Gerhard, 2001. Epona - Archaologisches zu einer galloromischen Gottin, . pp. 11-22. Deutsche-Walisische Kulturbeziehungen
, , 1963. The Theme of the Calumniated Wife in Mongolian Popular Literature, in: Folklore
Bhreathnach, Máire, 1982. The Sovereignty Goddess as Goddess of Death?, in: ZCP 1. pp. 243-260
Breeze, Andrew, 1997. Did a woman write the Four Branches of the Mabinogi?, in: Studi Medievali. pp. 679-705 View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, 2009. The Origins of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . Gracewing Publishing View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, R. Black, W. Gillies and R. Ó Maolaigh, 1999. The Author of the Mabinogi Identified?, . pp. 499 View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, 1997. Medieval Welsh Literature, . Four Courts Press
Brenneman (Jr.), W. L., 1997. The drunken and the sober: A comparative study of Lady Sovereignty In Irish and Indic contexts, . pp. 54-82
Bromwich, Rachel, 1986. 'The Mabinogion' and Lady Charlotte Guest, in: Cymm.. pp. 127-41 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1903 repr. 1968. Iwain: A Study in the Origins of Arthurian Romance, . Haskell House Publishers Ltd. View Webpage » View notes »
Busse, Peter E., Koch, John T., 2006. Courtly Love, . pp. 493-494. ABC Clio. View notes »
Carson, Mother Angela, 1962. Morgain la fee as the principle of unity in Gawain and the Green Knight, in: Modern Language Quarterly. pp. 3ff.
Cartwright, Jane, 2008. Feminine sanctity and spirituality in medieval Wales, . Univ. of Wales Press
, , Bernau, Anke, Sarah Salih, , Ruth Evans, , 2003. Virginity and Chastity Tests in Medieval Welsh Prose, . pp. 56-79. Univ. of Toronto Press.
Chandler, Kirstie Siân, 2004. Masculinity and medieval Welsh literature, View notes »
, , 2002. Patriarchy and Power in Medieval Welsh Literature, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium. pp. 80–95 View notes »
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, 1989. The Welsh Laws, . University of Wales Press
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, 1993. Early Irish and Welsh kinship, . University of Wales Press
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, 1978. Honour and Status in Some Irish and Welsh Prose Tales, in: Ériu. pp. 123-141
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, Jenkins, Dafydd, 2000. The Welsh king and his Court, . University of Wales Press 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 »
, , 2018. Women and Marriage in Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi,
Conway, Stephen, 1992. Silent Voices: Women in the Middle Ages, View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2016. Rewriting a Mythic Nation: Welsh Women Writers recovering Welsh Myth and Folklore, View notes »
Dafydd, Fflur, 2008. There were fathoms in her too": R. S. Thomas and Women, in: Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature. pp. 117ff
Davies, Rhiannon Mary, 1993. The Moral Structure of Pedeir Keinc Y Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Davies, Sioned, 1998. Review of Breeze, in: Llen Cymru. pp. 193–5
Davies, Sioned, 1990. Ail Gainc y Mabinogi —Llais y Ferch [The Second Branch of the Mabinogi—The Female Voice], in: Ysgrifau Beirniadol. pp. 15–27 View notes »
Doan, James E., 1985. Sovereignty Aspects in the Roles of Women in Medieval Irish and Welsh Society, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium. pp. 87-102
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 »
Ford, Patrick K., 1988. Celtic Women: the Opposing Sex, in: Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies. pp. 417-438
, , 2017. The Heart of Stars (Rhiannon's Ride), . Roc ,Penguin
, , 1990. Masculinity and femininity in "The Mabinogion", View Webpage » 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, 2014. Gender and Jealousy in Gereint Uab Erbin and Le Roman De Silence, in: Arthuriana. pp. 43 -70 View Webpage »
Fulton, Helen, 2014. Gender and Jealousy in Gereint uab Erbin and Le Roman de Silence, in: Arthuriana. pp. 1-28 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2017 19-22 April. Contesting narrative over the body of Blodeuwedd, View Webpage »
Goetinck, Glenys Witchard, 1965. La Legende d'Ami et Amile et le Mabinogi de Pwyll, in: Revue Consacree a l'Etude des Langues et des Literatures Romanes. pp. 404-408
Goetinck, Glenys Witchard., 1966. Gwenhwyfar, Guinevere and Guenièvre, in: Etudes Celtiques. pp. 351-360
, , 2019. ‘Blodeuedd’, ‘Branwen’ & ‘Ceridwen’, Three Short Films, View Webpage » View notes »
Green, Miranda J., 1991. Women and Goddesses in the Celtic World, in: Religion Today
Green, Miranda J., 1997. Images in opposition: polarity, ambivalence and liminality in cult-representation, in: Antiquity. pp. 898-911 View notes »
Green, Miranda J., 1998. Celtic Goddesses: Warriors, Virgins and Mothers, . British Museum Press. View notes »
Green, Miranda J., 2010. Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend New Edition, . Thames & Hudson. View notes »
Green, Miranda J., 2015. The Celtic Myths: A Guide to the Ancient Gods and Legends, . Thames & Hudson.
, , , , 2004. L'accession à la royauté, la reine équine et les jumeaux divins. Du mythe au folklore : la princesse d'Anfondrasse et les Mabinogi (Royal accession, the horse queen and divine games. From myth to folklore: the princess of Anfondrasse and the Mabinogi), in: Bulletin de la Societe de Mythologie Francais. pp. 32-48 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1954. Epona-Rhiannon-Macha, in: Ogam. pp. 25-40 View notes »
, , 2016?. 4 branches of the Mabinogi, View notes »
, , 2006. Horse Motifs in Folk Narrative of the Supernatural, View notes »
Hemming , Jessica, 1999. Review of Breeze, in: Early Medieval Europe. pp. 149–50
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
Hopkins, Amanda, McClune, Kate, Rushton, Cory J., 2010. The Erotic In The Literature Of Medieval Britain, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies. pp. 224-227
Hughes, Ian., 1999. Math fab Mathonwy a Gwydion fab Don: Dwned: cylchgrawn hanes a llen Cymru’r oesoedd canol (a new edition with textual notes and a full glossary), . Aberystwyth
, , 2008. The Limits of the Law: Sarhaed, Kinship and Honour in The Four Branches of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
James, Christine, 1998. Medieval Welsh Literature by Andrew Breeze, in: Welsh History Review. pp. 342–5
, , , , 1980, 1992. The Welsh Law of Women: Studies presented to Daniel A. Binchy, . University of Wales Press


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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