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Text: English, Welsh (translation)
Jeffrey Gantz lives in Massachusetts, where he works as a newspaper editor and journalist. An expert in Celtic languages and literature, he has also translated Early Irish Myths and Sagas for Penguin Classics.
This really is the type of thing you'd read if you're a student of mythology or if you're simply trying to be thorough on that topic (which is my case). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Darth_J_Schmader
Just what we wanted, as described, at a fair price and shipping. The only thing we could criticize is the shipper; the package arrived really battered and open on one end.Published 10 months ago by Morgaine Bergman
Still the most accurate translation of the complete works in the White Book of Rhydderch and Red Book of Hergest. Some archaisms but very readable. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alan Baragona
Being Welsh, I had a wonderful old copy old this book as many people living in or descended from Wales do. Read morePublished 16 months ago by lexi
First read it in college for a class on Celtic Literature.
Timeless tales not just about early Celts but humanity like all good literature.
Robert Wallace(The Would-Be Herbalist on Kindle) says: The Jones and Jones Everyman was the first translation I read and still remains my favourite. Read morePublished 22 months ago by R.Wallace