By R. J. Stewart
."..Not an educational translation yet a suite of stories which are retold with lavish illustrations. Stewart chosen the Celtic tales from collections and manuscripts, interpretations and reworkings of Celtic myths, and conventional ballads and tales.... those are hard-edged tales that illustrate the cruelty of an early humans, yet also they are fanciful and beautiful. The author's retelling of those tales is particularly poetic and lovely. Recommended."-- "LJ
. 176 pages (11 in color), forty b/w illus., 7 0.5 x nine 3/4.
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Celtic Myths, Celtic Legends by R. J. Stewart