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The Celtic Dragon Myth
1911. The author of this work presents the Celtic version of the classic myth in a translation that reflects the spirit and beauty of the original Gaelic. The volume also includes The Geste of Fraoch and The Death of Fraoch, followed by The Three Ways and The Fisherman in the original Gaelic.
Paperback, 220 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Kessinger Publishing
(first published 1911)
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Mar 30, 2015 Your Common House Bat rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of Celtic lore
Recommended to Your Common House Bat by: No one
Giving the book two stars because it was simply okay. There were parts that stood out to me that I really liked but then there were other parts that really didn't interest me much.
John Francis Campbell (Scottish Gaelic: Iain Frangan Caimbeul), also known as Young John of Islay (Scottish Gaelic: Iain Òg Ìle), was a Scottish author and scholar who specialised in Celtic studies. He was an authority on Celtic folklore and of the Gaelic peoples. He also invented a sunshine recorder that bears his name as the Campbell-Stokes recorder.