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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 1: 1981

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ISBN 9781879095021

Publication Date: 11/30/2006


  • The Hiberno-Latin Background of the Matthew Commentary of Máel-Brigte ua Máeluanaig [Jean Rittmueller]
  • A poem on Cenél énnai [Seamus Boyle]
  • The Loss of the Final Syllables and Loss of Declension in Brittonic [John T. Koch]
  • Material and Symbolic Exchange in Early Irish Clientship [Nerys T. Patterson]
  • Loegaire mac Néill in the BÓrama [Cornelius G. Buttimer]
  • A Breton Mystery Play and the Catholic Reformation [Amy Varin]
  • Celtic Themes in Shakespeare’s Plays [Ursula J. Moore]
  • Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh as Archetypal Poet in Irish Folk Tradition [James E. Doan]
  • The Route to the Táin: James Stephens’ Preparation for His Unfinished Epic [Joyce Flynn]
  • The Fiction of P H. Pearse: An Idealist’s Credo [Philip T. O’leary]
  • Images of Deformity and Blemish in the Stories of Máirtin Ó Cadhain [William J. Mahon]
  • The Burden of the Past and Modern Irish Poetry [Desmond O’Grady]

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