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Description: The Celtic Review is an early twentieth-century periodical, which aimed to encourage interest in Celtic and Gaelic literature and learning. A scholarly journal with a wide-ranging focus, it includes subjects such as poetry and ballads, music, proverbs, riddles, fairy tales and philology. Especially noteworthy are its translations and adaptations of antiquated Irish manuscript sources, based on Irish mythology, including the famous legend of Deirdre of the Sorrows. Some articles are written in Irish and Welsh. The Celtic Review would appeal to all scholars of Celtic studies and especially those with an interest in Old Irish literature
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