Historical residues in the Old Irish legends of Queen Medb an expanded interpretation of the Ulster cycle /
Medb of Connacht, a central female character of medieval Ireland's Ulster Cycle is read traditionally as an example of a misogynistic, patriarchal Christian campaign to suppress and silence women in early Ireland, or as symbolic of a primordial, mythic pre-Christian goddess, exempt from patriar...
|Main Author:||Dominguez, Diana V.|
Lewiston, N.Y. :
Edwin Mellen Press,
Historical residues in the Old Irish legends of Queen Medb.
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PB1397.C8 D66 2010