- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Irish Vernacular Influence on the Earliest Medieval Welsh Literature
- 3 <i>Kaer Sidi</i> and Other Celtic Otherworld Terms
- 4 Narrative Techniques in Irish and Welsh, I: The ‘Slavic Antithesis’
- 5 Narrative Techniques in Irish and Welsh, II: The Riddling ‘Watchman Device’
- 6 The Irish Elements in <i>Culhwch and Olwen</i>
- 7 The Irish Geography of <i>Branwen</i>
- 8 The Submission of Irish Kings in Fact and Fiction
- 9 Llasar and the Lake of the Cauldron
- 10 The Iron House, the Men in Bags, and the Severed Head
- 11 Cú Chulainn in Late Medieval Wales
- 12 Fionn, Deirdre, and Lebarcham in Late Medieval Wales
- 13 Irish Influence on Medieval Welsh Literary Criticism?
- 14 Conclusion
- Irish Influence on Medieval Welsh Literature
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