Bard: The Odyssey of the Irish

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 1987 - Fiction - 480 pages
3 Reviews
This is the tale of the coming of the Irish to Ireland, and of the men and women who made that emerald isle their own.
 

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User Review  - turtlesleap - LibraryThing

Amergin the Bard probably existed in pre-Christian Ireland; there are works attributed to him. This is Morgan Llywelyn's account of Amergin's life, and how the Gaels might have arrived in Ireland on a ... Read full review

an engaging read

User Review  - dbrazil - Borders

Even if you are not a fan of Irish history and mysteries, this is an excellent read. The author brings the characters and the era to life and makes you feel as if you are there. An excellent book, especially to those who enjoy history. Read full review

Contents

I
II
6
III
16
IV
35
V
42
VI
56
VII
70
VIII
84
XX
236
XXI
254
XXII
270
XXIII
284
XXIV
296
XXV
311
XXVI
325
XXVII
333

IX
94
X
111
XI
123
XII
137
XIII
151
XIV
161
XV
175
XVI
185
XVII
197
XVIII
211
XIX
227
XXVIII
344
XXIX
359
XXX
377
XXXI
394
XXXII
407
XXXIII
411
XXXIV
423
XXXV
439
XXXVI
444
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About the author (1987)

Since 1980 Morgan Llywelyn has created an entire body of work chronicling the Celts and Ireland, from the earliest times to the present day. her critically acclaimed novels, both of history and of mythology, have been translated into many languages. She is an Irish citizen and lives in Dublin.

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