Sims-Williams, Patrick






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Sims-Williams, Patrick, Irish Influence on medieval Welsh literature, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.

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Work
Irish Influence on medieval Welsh literature
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Year
2010
Description
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See also the web edition: Patrick Sims-Williams, Irish Influence on medieval Welsh literature (2011).
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General
Sims-Williams, Patrick, Irish Influence on medieval Welsh literature, Oxford Scholarship Online, Online ed., Online: Oxford University Press. URL: <http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199588657.001.0001>.
Charles-Edwards, T. M., in: Medium Aevum 81:1–2 (2012). 324.

Table of contents:

[1] “Introduction”
[2] “Irish vernacular influence on the earliest medieval Welsh literature”
[3] Kaer Sidi and other Celtic Otherworld terms”
[4] “Narrative techniques in Irish and Welsh, I: the ‘Slavic antithesis’”
[5] “Narrative techniques in Irish and Welsh, II: the riddling ‘watchman device’”
[6] “The Irish elements in Culhwch and Olwen
[7] “The Irish geography of Branwen
[8] “The submission of Irish kings in fact and fiction”
[9] “Llasar and the Lake of the Cauldron”
[10] “The Iron House, the Men in Bags, and the Severed Head”
[11] “Cú Chulainn in late medieval Wales”
[12] “Fionn, Deirdre, and Lebarcham in late medieval Wales”
[13] “Irish influence on medieval Welsh literary criticism?”
[14] “Conclusion”
Bibliography; Index
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen