Writers like J.R.R. Tolkien and Lloyd Alexander have drawn inspiration from this ancient classic.
Overall, this version of the Mabinogion is a worthwhile look into the Medieval Welsh imagination, and a good book for anyone interested in Arthurian mythology.
The book contains eleven tales translated into English short stories that link Welsh myths and medieval life in Wales with a world of fantasy.
Being Welsh, I had a wonderful old copy old this book as many people living in or descended from Wales do. Read morePublished 3 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 9 months ago by R.Wallace
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The book is awesome, I love it! I been waiting so much to have it and finally is mine. Thanks again, the book is in very good condition. Read more
Only had to read a few stories out of this for class, but some were so interesting that I went back and read other stories that were not assigned. Read morePublished 14 months ago by FutureLibrarian92
The sample on my Kindle Paperwhite looks carefully typeset, has error-free line justification (such a relief!), and is based on a revised text of 1877. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Simon Esposito
Travels of knights and other adventurers to the Otherworld is a central theme in Welsh myth. This book is the collection of those tales. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Carl Robinson