Bibliography

Douglas
Hyde

22 publications between 1892 and 1939 indexed
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Works authored

Hyde, Douglas [ed.], Sgéalta Thomáis Uí Chathasaigh: Mayo stories, told by Thomas Casey, Irish Texts Society 36, London: Irish Texts Society, 1939.
Hyde, Douglas [ed.], Ocht sgéalta ó Choillte Mágach: An Craoibhin aoibhinn do scríobh ó bhéal Thomáis Ui Chathasaigh, Dublin: An Cumann le Béaloideas Éireann, 1936.
Hyde, Douglas [ed.], Gabhaltais Shearluis Mhóir: The conquests of Charlemagne [edited from the Book of Lismore and three other vellum MSS], Irish Texts Society 19, London: Irish Texts Society, 1917.
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Hyde, Douglas, Abhráin diadha chúige Connacht, or The religious songs of Connacht: a collection of poems, stories, prayers, satires, ranns, charms, etc., Dublin: Gill, 1906.
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Hyde, Douglas [ed.], Giolla an fhiugha: The lad of the ferule; Eachtra cloinne rígh na h-Ioruaidhe: Adventures of the children of the king of Norway, Irish Texts Society 1, London: Irish Texts Society, 1899.
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Contributions to journals

De h-Íde, Dubhglas, “Trí gáire an domhain”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 17 (1928): 111–112.
Ó Rabhartaigh, Tadhg, and Douglas Hyde (eds.), “An t-Amadán Mór”, Lia Fáil 2 (1927): 191–228.
Hyde, Douglas [pseud. An Craoibhín, ed. and tr.], “An Agallamh Bheag”, Lia Fáil 1 (1927): 79–107.  
Partial edition with translation into Modern Irish.
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Partial edition with translation into Modern Irish.
Hyde, Douglas, “The Reeves manuscript of the Agallamh na senorach”, Revue Celtique 38 (1920–1921): 289–295.
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Hyde, Douglas, “The adventures of Léithin”, The Celtic Review 10 (1916): 116–143.
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Hyde, Douglas [ed. and tr.], “The cooking of the Great Queen (Fulacht na Mórrigna)”, The Celtic Review 10 (1916): 335–350.
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Hyde, Douglas, “The Book of the O'Conor Don”, Ériu 8 (1916): 77–99.
Hyde, Douglas, “Trachtad ar an Aibidil”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 10 (1915): 223–224.
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Hyde, Douglas, “Miscellanea: Amadán na bruidhne”, Gadelica: A Journal of Modern-Irish Studies 1:4 (1912-1913): 271.
Hyde, Douglas, “On the terminations -áiste, -iste, etc. in substantives”, Gadelica: A Journal of Modern-Irish Studies 1:2 (1912-1913): 79–82.
Hyde, Douglas, “An Irish folk-ballad”, Ériu 2 (1905): 77–81.
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Hyde, Douglas, “A few rhymed proverbs”, The Celtic Review 1:1 (1904–1905): 18–22.
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Hyde, Douglas, “Déirdre”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 2 (1899): 138–155.
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Hyde, Douglas, “Deux notes du manuscrit irlandais de Rennes”, Revue Celtique 16 (1895): 420.
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Hyde, Douglas, “Oscar au fléau: légende ossianique”, Revue Celtique 13 (1892): 417–425.
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Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Hyde, Douglas [ed. and tr.], “Mediaeval account of Antichrist”, in: Loomis, Roger Sherman [ed.], Medieval studies in memory of Gertrude Schoepperle Loomis, Paris, et al.: Columbia University Press, 1927. 391–398.
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Hyde, Douglas, “Seilg mhór Shliabh Luachra”, in: Bergin, Osborn, and Carl Marstrander (eds.), Miscellany presented to Kuno Meyer, Halle: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 1912. 185–192.
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About the author

Sharpe, Richard, “Destruction of Irish manuscripts and the National Board of Education”, Studia Hibernica 43 (2017): 95–116.
Tuomi, Ilona, “‘As I went up the hill of Mount Olive’ : the Irish tradition of the Three Good Brothers charm revisited”, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016): 69–94.
Wolf, Nicholas, “Irish scribal culture as a purveyor of charm texts in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries”, Incantatio: An International Journal on Charms, Charmers and Charming 3 (2013): 33–42. URL: <http://www.folklore.ee/incantatio/03.html>.
Ó Lúing, Seán, Celtic studies in Europe and other essays, Dublin: Geography Publications, 2000.
Robinson, Mary, “Douglas Hyde (1860-1949): the Trinity connection [Quatercentenary Discourse: Pavilion, College Park, Trinity College Dublin, 11.5.1992]”, HermathenaQuatercentenary papers (1992): 17–26.
Dunleavy, Janet Egleson, and Gareth W. Dunleavy, Douglas Hyde: A maker of modern Ireland, Berkeley, Los Angeles and Oxford: University of California Press, 1991. URL: <http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft2w1004tq>.