I will spout a jet of blood in your face: Womens words in the Tain Bo Cualinge, its pre-tales and the Fingal Ronan

Claire Harrill

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Irish Literature; Tain Bo Cualinge; Pre-modern; Gender Studies; Fingal Ronan; Ulster Cycle

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Primary Texts

Cross, T.P and Slover, C.H. eds. Ancient Irish Tales. Dublin, Allen Figgis, 1969.

Kinsella, Thomas The Tain. Oxford, 2002.

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