Mabinogi Bibliography

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Aarne, Antti, Thompson, Stith, 1961. The Types of the Folktale: A Classification and Bibliography, . The Finnish Academy of Science and Letters View Webpage » View notes »
Aarne, Antti and Thompson, 1928. The Types of Folklore, in: Folklore Fellows Communications View Webpage » View notes »
Ab Alwyn, Huw Illtud, 1998. Animals in Celtic myth and belief as reflected in "The four branches of the Mabinogi", View notes »
Aguirre, Manuel, 1983. The Riddle of Sovereignty, in: The Modern Language Review. pp. 273-282
Bar, Francis, 1944. Le Mabinogie de Pwyll et la Legende d'Amis et Amile, in: Romania. pp. 168 -172 View notes »
Barton, Anthony, 1993. On the structure of didactic tales, . Ginn Press.
Bath, Michael, 1981. Donne's Anatomy of the World and the Legend of the Oldest Animals, in: Review of English Studies. pp. 302-308
Baudiš, Josef, 1916. Mabinogion, in: Folklore. pp. 31-68 View Webpage » View notes »
Bawden, Charles Roskelly, 1963. The Theme of the Calumniated Wife in Mongolian Popular Literature, in: Folklore
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 »
Breeze, Andrew, Wawn, Andrew, Johnson, Graham, Walter, John, 2007. Some Critics of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 155-166. Brepols View notes »
Brewer, George W., Jones, Bedwyr L., 1975. Popular Tale Motifs and Historical Tradition in Breudwyt Macsen, in: Medium Aevum. pp. 23 -30
, , 1903 repr. 1968. Iwain: A Study in the Origins of Arthurian Romance, . Haskell House Publishers Ltd. View Webpage » View notes »
Brown, Mary E., 2014 16 January. Welsh Folk Tales, View Webpage » View notes »
Brown, Mary E., 2014 16 January. The Depiction of the Otherworld in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Bullfinch, Thomas, 1910. The Mabinogion, . G. P. Putnam's and Sons.
Cavill, Jennifer, 2013. Translations of The Mabinogion, View Webpage » View notes »
Cavill, Jennifer, 2013. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi (Overview), View Webpage » View notes »
Cavill, Jennifer, 2013. Native Tales: a research blog dedicated to the Mabinogion, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, View Webpage » View notes »
Chadbourne, Kate, 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
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, 1978. Honour and Status in Some Irish and Welsh Prose Tales, in: Ériu. pp. 123-141
Conley Kassandra Leighann, , 2009. Deflowering Gwynedd: (Dis)use of the Sovereignty Goddess Myth in the Fourth Branch, View notes »
Conley Kassandra Leighann, , 2009. Looking towards India: Nativism and Orientalism in the Literature of Wales, 1300-1600,
Coomaraswamy, Ananda K., 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 Writes 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
Darrah, John, 1994. Paganism in Arthurian Romance, . Boydell Press View notes »
Davies, Jonathan, 1992. Folk-Lore of West and Mid-Wales, . Llanerch. View notes »
Davies, Jonathan Caredig, 1911 repr. 1992. Folk-Lore of West and Mid-Wales, . Llanerch.
Edmundson, Munro S., 1971. An Introduction to the Science of Folklore and Literature, . Holt, Rhinehart and Winston
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, Koch, John T., 2006. Critical and Theoretrical Perspectives in the Study of Literatures in the Celtic Languages, . pp. 496 -500. ABC Clio. 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 »
Goetinck, Glenys Witchard., 1995. Peredur and the three functions, in: Zeitschrift fur Celtische Philologie
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
Goldwasser, Michele, 1994. What Drives the Mabinogi?, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium View notes »
Green, Melody Sharon, 2008. The sacrifice of sacrifice: The motif of sacrificial death in children's and adolescent fantasy, View notes »
Green, Miranda J., 1998. Vessels of Death: Sacred Cauldrons in Archaeology and Myth, in: Antiquaries Journal. pp. 77-78 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 »
Gruffydd, William John, 1958. Folklore and Myth in the Mabinogion: A lecture delivered at the National Museum of Wales on 27 October 1950, . University of Wales Press View notes »
Gruffydd, William John, 1953. Rhiannon: An Inquiry into the Origin of the First and Third Branches of the Mabinogi, . University of Wales Press 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, 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 »
Guest, Charlotte, 1840. The Mabinogion, III: 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, 1842. The Mabinogio, IV: 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, 1843. The Mabinogion, V: 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, 1845. The Mabinogion, VI: 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, 1849. The Mabinogion VII: 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, 1849. The Mabinogion, (3 vols), . Tonn Press, Llandovery; and Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans View Webpage » View notes »
Guest, Charlotte, Frost, Adam, 1999. The Mabinogion, . Dover View notes »
Gwyndaf, Robin, 1984. A Story Without End: The Folk Narrative Tradition of the Children of Wales, . pp. 53-71 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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