Mabinogi Bibliography

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, , 2006 (27 Feb. 18:59). The Four Branches of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Anwyl, Edward, , , , , 1912. The verbal forms in the White Book text of the four branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 79-90
, , , , , , , , 2015. Mabinogi, Brunelleschi and Lacan. Metatextuality in "The Meat Tree" by Gwyneth Lewis, . pp. 63-75. Wydawnictwo KUL
Bollard, John K., 2007. What is The Mabinogi? What is "The Mabinogion"?, View Webpage » View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, Bloch-Trojnar, Maria, 2009. The name of Teyrnon Twrf Lliant, . pp. 111-18. Wydawnictwo KUL View notes »
, , 1996. Medieval Welsh Literature to 1400 including Arthurian Studies; a personal guide by Rachel Bromwich, . University of Wales Press View notes »
, , 1980. The Beginnings of Welsh Poetry: studies by Sir Ifor Williams, . UWP
Bromwich, Rachel, Evans, D. Simon, 1992. Culhwch and Olwen: An Edition and Study of the Oldest Arthurian Tale’, . University of Wales Press View notes »
Bromwich, Rachel, Evans, D. Simon, 1992. Glossary to "Culhwch and Olwen, . E. Mellen Press.
, , 1966. Professional Interpreters and the Matter of Britain, . UWP View notes »
Cardiff, , . Llyfryddiaeth / Bibliography, View Webpage » View notes »
Charles-Edwards, T.M., 1989. The Welsh Laws,
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, Bernhard Maier und Stefan Zimmer, hrsg., 2001. The Textual Tradition of Medieval Welsh Prose Tales and the Problem of Dating, . pp. 23-39. Max Niemeyer Verlag View notes »
, , 1970 Part 2; repr. 1996 Sullivan. The Date of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: Cymm.. pp. 263-298 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2019. Animating names. Eponyms, etymologies, and enchantments in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi, in: North American journal of Celtic studies. pp. 137-154
, , 2004. The Date, Origin, and Authorship of 'The Mabinogion' in the Light of Ymborth yr enaid’, in: Journal of Celtic Studies. pp. 117-152
Davies, Janet, 2014. The Welsh language: a history, . Univ. of Wales Press
Davies, Sioned, Lees, C., 2012. Writing Welsh to 1150: (Re)-creating the past, shaping the future, . pp. 660-686. Cambridge University Press View notes »
Davies, Sioned, MacLennan, Gordon W., 1986. Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi: A Case for Multiple Authorship, . pp. 443-459. Univ. Ottawa. View notes »
Davies, Sioned, 1993. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi: Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi, . Gomer Press View notes »
Davies, Sioned, 2010. Translating the Mabinogion, in: Anglistik: international journal of English studies. pp. 41-54 View notes »
Davies, Sioned, 2019. 'A most venerable ruin': word, image and ideology in Guest's Geraint the son of Erbin, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 53-72
Dehghani, F E, 2009. Dialogue in Middle Welsh narrative prose,
Edeline, Francis, 1999. Le Roi Arthur et la sémiotique visuelle, View notes »
, , 1964; repr. 1989, 1994, 2003, 2006. A grammar of Middle Welsh, . DIAS (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies) View notes »
Evans, E., 1958. Cystrawen y rhagenw personol yn rhyddiaith Gymraeg y Cyfnod Canol, (The syntax of the personal pronoun in Middle Welsh prose), View notes »
, , 1997. Partisan (Poem, use of 'Mabinignog'), . Seren Books View Webpage » View notes »
Ford, Patrick K., 1975. A Fragment on the Hanes Taliesin by Llywelyn Siôn, in: Etudes Celtiques. pp. 451-460.
Ford, Patrick K., Hamp, Eric, 1974-75. Welsh asswynaw and Celtic legal idiom’, in: BBCS. pp. 147-53 View notes »
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 »
, , Apr -Jun 1951. Some Problems of Celtic Vocabulary, in: Language. pp. 149-50
, , 2006. What's in a name? Names, their meaning and function in the Four Branches of the Mabinogion, View Webpage » View notes »
Fulk, R. D., 2019. The derivation of the name Mabinogi, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 49-52 View notes »
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 »
Gameson, Richard, 2001. The Scribe Speaks? Colophons in Early English Manuscripts, . University of Cambridge ASNC View Webpage » View notes »
Griffith, Wyn, 1904. The verbal forms in the Mabinogion and Bruts,
Griffiths, Bruce, Glyn Jones, Dafydd, . Geiriadur yr Academi (English - Welsh), View Webpage »
Hamp, Eric, 1974. Mabinogi, in: Cymm.. pp. 243-249 View notes »
Hamp, Eric, 1999. Mabinogi and Archaism, in: Celtica. pp. 96-112 View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1972. On dating and archaism in the Pedeir Keinc, in: Cymm.
Hawke, Andrew et al., 2014. Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru / A Dictionary of the Welsh Language, (GPC), View Webpage »
Haycock, Marged, Koch, John T., 2006. Bromwich, Rachel, . pp. 294-5. ABC Clio. View notes »
Hellman, Dara, 2010. The Born(e) Legitimacy: Coherence, Conjuncture, and Closure in Gereint vab Erbin,
Hemming , Jessica, , , 2007. The 'mythological' names in the Four Branches, . pp. 354-356. Four Courts Press
Hemming, Jessica, 2011. The Curious Case of the ‘Countess’ in the Welsh Romances,
Hemming, Jessica, 2009. Beast-Boys and Evil Twins: Folk Narrative Names in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi,
Hemming, Jessica, 2013. The Colour Portrait in Medieval Welsh Literature,
Hemming, Jessica, Nagy, Josef F., 2007. Ancient Tradition or Authorial Invention? The ‘Mythological’ Names in the Four Branches, . Four Courts Press.
Hemming, Jessica, Aug. 2003. Ancient Tradition or Authorial Invention? The ‘Mythological’ Names in the Four Branches,
Hemming, Jessica (then Hooker), 1995. A textual commentary on the First Branch of the Mabinogi, View notes »
Henry, P. L., 1968. Culhwch and Olwen—Some Aspects of Style and Structure”, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 30-38
Hughes, Ian, 2008. Manawydan Uab Llyr: trydedd gainc y Mabinogi / Manawydan Son of Llyr: third branch of the Mabinogi, . University of Wales Press View notes »
Hughes, Ian., 1996. Branwen:– Geirfa, ynghyd â chanllawiau ar gyfer darllen a diweddaru’r testun /Vocabulary , along with guidelines for reading and updating the text, . Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru View notes »
Hughes, Ian., 1996. Math:–Geirfa, ynghyd â chanllawiau ar gyfer darllen a diweddaru’r testun. /Vocabulary , along with guidelines for reading and updating the text, . Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru View notes »
Hughes, Ian., Ó Flaithearta, M., 2007. Tripartite structure in Manawydan Uab Llyr, in: Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica (2004). pp. 99-109 View Webpage » View notes »
Hughes, Ian., 2013. Math Uab Mathonwy, The Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi: New edition with textual notes and full glossary, . DIAS (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies) View notes »
Hughes, Ian., 2014. Bendigeiduran Uab Llyr, Ail Gainc y Mabinogi,
Huws, Daniel, 1991. Llyfr Gwyn Rhydderch. [White Book of Rhydderch.], in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 1–37 View notes »
Huws, Daniel, 1993. Llyfrau Cymraeg 1250-1400 / Welsh Books 1250-1400, . Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru
Huws, Daniel, 2000 Repr. 2002. Medieval Welsh Manuscripts, . University of Wales Press 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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