ONLINE TEXTS (examples)
A pleasant online version: www.interfaith.org/celtic/mabinogion/
Guest, Charlotte. “The Mabinogion (Four Branches 1849).” PDF download, but lacks her footnotes.
AODA, n.d. http://aoda.org/pdf/mbng.pdf
For a focused bibliography on Guest, including key editions of her work, biographies of her, and scholarly responses, see this search result on my Mabinogi Bibliography.
WORKS CITED IN THIS ARTICLE
# Bromwich, Rachel. 1987. “Lady Charlotte Guest and the Mabinogion.” Trans. of the Hon. Soc. of Cymmrodorion, 127–41.
# Davies, Sioned. “A Charming Guest: Translating the Mabinogion’.” Studia Celtica. (2004): 157–278.
# Ford, Patrick K. The Mabinogi and Other Welsh Tales. Berkeley, Caifornia, USA: UCP, 1977.
# Guest, Charlotte. 1838. The Mabinogion. 7 vols. Tonn Press, Llandovery, Wales; and Longmans, London; simultaneously.
# Guest, Charlotte. 1849. The Mabinogion. Vol. 3 vols. Llandovery, Wales; and London; simultaneously.: Rees; and Longmans.
# Guest, Charlotte. 1877. The Mabinogion. London: Quaritch.
# Guest, Charlotte. 1906. The Mabinogion. (Everyman). Everyman’s Library. London and NY.: J. M. Dent and Sons and E. P. Dutton.
# Guest, Charlotte. 1950. Lady Charlotte Guest: Extracts from Her Journal 1833-1852. Edited by Ponsonby, V. B. aka Bessborough. London: John Murray.
# Guest, Charlotte. 1952. Lady Charlotte Schreiber. Extracts from Her Journal, 1853-1891. Edited by the Earl of Bessborough, Etc. With Plates. Edited by Brabazon, Vere, ed.
# Guest, Charlotte. The Mabinogion. (Illust. Alan Lee). London and NY.: Harper Collins., 2001.
# Guest, Revel; and John, Angela V. 2007. Lady Charlotte Guest: An Extraordinary Life. The History Press.
# Interfaith.org www.interfaith.org/celtic/mabinogion/
# Jones, Colin. 2008. “Mabinogion, the Four Branches.” Recordings. http://themabinogion.com/album/mabinogion-the-four-branches
# Jones, Gwyn and Jones, Thomas. 1948 The Golden Cockerel Mabinogion: A New Translation from the White Book of Rhydderch and the Red Book of Hergest. (Illus. Dorothea Braby.). London: Golden Cockerel Press.
# Jones, Gwyn and Jones, Thomas. 1949. The Mabinogion. Everyman. London: J. M. Dent.
# Phillips, David Rhys. 1921. Lady Charlotte Guest and the Mabinogion; Some Notes on the Work and Its Translator, with Extracts from Her Journals. Carmarthen: W. Spurrell & Son. https://archive.org/stream/cu31924026877849/cu31924026877849_djvu.txt
# Pughe, William Owen. 1793, and 1803. A Dictionary of the Welsh Language, Explained in English; with Numerous Illustrations from the Literary Remains and from the Living Speech of the Cymry 2 Vols. First Part Published 1793. Second Part 1803. London: E. Williams.
# Pughe, William Owen. 1795. “The Mabinogion, or Juvenile Amusements, Being Ancient Welsh Romances.” Cambrian Register, 177–87.
# Pughe, William Owen. 1821. “The Tale of Pwyll.” Cambro-Briton Journal 2 (18): 271–75.
# Pughe, William Owen. 1829. “The Mabinogi: Or, the Romance of Math Ab Mathonwy.” The Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repository 1: 170–79.
# White, Donna Rae. “The Crimes of Lady Charlotte Guest.” Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium 15 (1995): 242 –9.
# White, Donna Rae. “The Further Crimes of Lady Charlotte Guest.” Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium 16–17 (1997): 157–166.
(First published 03/06/2014: Shan Morgain)