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The Creatures of Celtic Myth

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Celtic tradition is rich in tales of wondrous beings, including giants, demons, fairies, merfolk, monsters, halflings, wizards, and witches. In this compelling explanation and celebration of these strange and fascinating creatures and entities, a master storyteller and folklorist and a talented artist bring the archetypes to life in a vivid, authentic, and entertaining man ...more
Paperback, Abridged, 192 pages
Published December 31st 2001 by Cassell (first published June 30th 2000)
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Trevor
May 15, 2016 Trevor rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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A combination of historical fact and cultural myth, neither done in depth. Interior art comperable to that found in a High School art fair. Overall: not impressed.
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I liked the collection of stories as well as the setup for each by the author.
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BOB CURRAN is an educational psychologist in Coleraine University. His interests are broad-ranging but are focused especially on history and story. He has written several books, including The Field Guide to Irish Fairies, The Wolfhound Guide to the Shamrock, Creatures of Celtic Myth, The Truth about the Leprechaun.
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