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Make Believe Selected Bibliography

~Anderson, William. Green-Man: The Archetype of our oneness with the Earth. London: Harpercollins, 1991. 
~Crossley-Holland, Kevin. The Exeter Riddle Book. London: The Folio Society, 1978.
~Dahl, Roald. Charlie and the Chocolate factory. United Kingdom: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. 
---. The BFG. United Kingdom: Jonathan Cape, 1982.
~Dunsany, Lord. The Blessing of Pan. London: Putnam, 1928.
~Forrester, Sibelan. Baba Yaga, The Wild Witch of the East in Russian Fairy tales. Mississippi: University of Mississippi, 2013. 
~Johns, Andreas. Baba Yaga: The Ambiguous Mother and Witch of the Russian Folktale. New York: Peter Lang, 2004. 
~Jung, Carl. Memories, Dreams & Reflections. London: Pantheon Books, 1961.
~Lethbridge, T.C. GogMagog: The Buried Gods London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1957.
~Newman, Paul. The Lost Gods of Albion: The Chalk Hill Figures of Britain. Great Britain: Sutton, 1997.
~Nietzsche, Friedrich. The Birth of Tragedy. 1872. New York. Dover, 1995.
~Orff, Carl. The Schulwerk. New York: Schott, 1978.
~Paradiz, Valerie. Clever Maids. New York: Basic Books, 2005.
~Pauwels, Louis. Bergier, Jacques. The Morning of the Magicians. London: Mayflower, 1971.
~Phillpotts, Eden. The Girl and the Faun. London: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1917.
~Yeats, W. B. Poems. United Kingdom: Fisher Unwin, 1908.
---. Reveries Over Childhood & Youth And The Trembling of the Veil. London: Macmillan, 1926.

Make Believe Bibliography

Illumination Tales Bibliography


Arbuthnot, S. J., and Parsons, G., (eds) The Gaelic Finn tradition. Four Courts Press, (Dublin, 2012).


Boyle, E., Allegory, The áes dána and the liberal arts in medieval Irish literature. D. Hayden and 


P. Russell (eds) Grammatica, gramadach and gramadeg. Vernacular grammar and grammarians in 


medieval Ireland and Wales (Amsterdam, 2016), pp 11-34.


Bloomfield, M.W., and Dunn, C.W., The role of the poet in early societies. D.S. Brewer, (Cambridge, 




Breatnch, L. Uraicecht na riar: The poetic grades in early Irish law. Dublin Institute for Advanced 


Studies, (Dublin, 1987).


Carey, J., The three tings required of a poet. Ériu, 48 (1997), pp 41-58.


Chadwick, N.K., Imbas Forosnai. Scottish Gaelic Studies, 4:2 (1935), pp 97-135.


__ Poetry and prophecy. University Press, (Cambridge, 1942). 


Coe, P.P., The severed head in Fenian tradition. Folklore and Mythology Studies, 13 (1989) pp 17-41. 


Delargy, J.H., The Gaelic story-teller. The Sir John Rhys Memorial Lecture, British Academy, (1945).


Dooley, Ann., and Roe, Harry. Tales of the Elders of Ireland. Oxford University Press, (Oxford, 1999)


Flower. R., The Irish tradition. Oxford University Press, (Oxford, 1947).


Ford, P., The well of Nechtan and “La gloire lumineuse.” G.J. Larson, C.S. Littleton and J. Puhvel 


(eds), Myth in Indo European Antiquity (Berkeley/Los Angeles/London, 1974), pp 67-74. 


__The blind, the dumb and the ugly: aspects of poets and their craft in early Ireland and Wales. 


Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies, 19 (1990) pp 27-40.  


Gregory, A., Gods and fighting men. John Murray, (London, 1904).


Jackson, K., Tradition in early Irish prophecy. Man, 34 (1934), 67-70. 


Mac Cana, P., The learned tales of medieval Ireland. Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, (Dublin, 




__Fianaigecht in the pre-Norman period in Almqvist. Ó Catháin, and Ó Héalaí (eds), Fiannaiocht, pp 




MacKillop, J., Fionn mac Cumhaill: Celtic myth in English literature. Syracuse University Press, (New 


York, 1986).


MacNeil, E., Duanaire Finn: the book of the lays of Fionn. part 1, Irish Texts Society 7 (London, 1908). 


Melia, D. F., What are you talking about? Tochmarc Ailbe and courtship flytings. Celts in their 


Cultures at Home and Abroad. A festschrift for Malcolm Broun, Sydney Series in Celtic Studies 15, 


(Sydney, 2013), pp 197-211.


Meyer, K., Macgnimartha Find. Revue Celtique, 5 (1881-3), pp 195-204.


__Finn and the man in the tree. Revue Celtique, 25 (1904), pp 344-9.


__Fianaigecht: being a collection of hitherto inedited Irish poems and tales relating to Finn and his 


Fianna. Todd Lecture Series 16 (Dublin, 1910).


__Selections from ancient Irish poetry. Constable, (Edinburgh,1928).


Murphy, G., Duanaire Finn: the book of the lays of Fionn. part 2, Irish Texts Society 28 (London, 




__Duanaire Finn: the book of the lays of Fionn. part 3, Irish Texts Society 43 (Dublin, 1953).


__Early Irish Lyrics, eighth to twelfth century. University press, (Oxford 1956).


__Early Irish metrics. Royal Irish Academy, (Dublin 1961).


__The Ossianic lore and romantic tales of medieval Ireland. Three Candles Press, (Dublin 1961).


Murray, K., The early Finn cycle. Four Courts Press, (England, 2017). 


Nagy, J.F., Intervention and disruption in the myths of Finn and Sigurd. Ériu, 31 (1980) pp 123-31


__Demne Mael. Celtica, 14 (1981), pp 8-14.


__Shamanic aspects of the bruidhean tale. History of Religions, 20:4 (1981), pp 302-22.


__Liminality and knowledge in Irish tradition. Studia Celtica, 16-17 (1981), pp 302-22.


__The wisdom of the outlaw: the boyhood deeds of Finn in Gaelic narrative tradition. University of 


California Press, (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1985).


__Otter, salmon and eel in traditional Gaelic narrative. Studia Celtica, 20-21 (1985, 1986), pp 123-44.


__Fenian heroes and their rites of passage. Almqvist, Ó Catháin, and Ó Héalaí (eds), Fiannaiocht, 


(1986, 1987) pp 161-82. 


__Nagy, J.F. and Leslie, E.J., (eds) Heroic poets and poetic heroes in Celtic tradition. A festschrift for 


Patrick K. Ford. CSANA Yearbook 3-4. Four Courts Press, (Dublin, 2005).


O’Grady, S.H., Silva Gadelica: A collection of tales in Irish. 2 vols. Williams and Norgate, (London, 




Ó hÓgáin, D., Fionn mac Cumhaill: Images of the Gaelic hero. Gill and Macmillan, (Dublin, 1988).


__Myth, legend and romance: an encyclopedia of Irish folk tradition. Prentice Hall Press, (New York, 




O’Kearney ESQ, N., (ed) The Festivities at the house of Conan of Ceann-Sleibhe in the county of 


Clare. The Ossianic Society, (Dublin, 1855). 


O’Rahilly, T.F., Early Irish history and mythology. Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, (Dublin, 1946).


Rees, A. and B. Rees., Celtic heritage: ancient tradition in Ireland and Wales. Grove Press, (London, 




Rolleston, T.W., The high deeds of Finn and other bardic romances of ancient Ireland. George G. 


Harrap and Company, (London, 1910).


Scott, R.D., The thumb of knowledge in legends of Finn, Sigurd and Taliesin. Publications of The 


Institute of French Studies, (New York, 1930).


Sjoestedt, M-L., (trans. M. Dillon), Gods and heroes of the Celts. Translated by Miles Dillon. Turtle 


Island, (Berkeley, 1982). (Methuen, 1949).


Stephens, J., Irish fairy tales. The Macmillan Company, (New York, 1920).


Stokes, W., The Irish ordeals, Cormac’s adventure in the land of promise, and the decision as to 


Cormac’s sword. W. Stokes and E. Windisch (eds), irishe Texte iii, I (Leipzig, 1891), pp 183-229. 


Yeats, W.B., Poems. Fisher Unwin, (United Kingdom 1908). 


Young, E., The tangled coated horse. Longmans, Green and Co. (New York, 1929).

Illumination Tales Bibliography
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