The Cuchullin saga in Irish literature

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Introduction.--Tales: I. The birth of Conachar, adapted from the translation of Dr. Kuno Meyer. II. How Conachar gained the kingship over Ulster, adapted from the translation of E. O'Curry. III. The origin of Cuchullin, from the French translation of M. Louis Duvau. IV. Tragical death of the sons of Usnach, from the translations by Dr. Whitley Stokes and O'Flanagan. V. The wooing of Emer and Cuchullin's education under Scathach, tr. by Dr. Kuno Meyer. VI. The seige of Howth, tr. by Dr. Whitley Stokes. VII. The debility of the Ultonian warriors, from the German of Dr. Ernst Windisch. VIII. The appearance of the Morrigu to Cuchullin before the Táin bó Cuailgne, from the German of Dr. Ernst Windisch. IX. The Táin bó Cuailgne, analysis with extracts by Standish H. O'Grady. X. The instruction of Cuchullin to a prince from the translations of Eugene O'Curry and M. d'Arbois de Jubainville. XI. The great defeat on the plain of Muirthemne before Cuchullin's death, tr. by Standish H. O'Grady. XII. The tragical death of King Conachar, from the translation of Eugene O'Curry. XIV. The phantom chariot of Cuchullin, from the translation by O'Beirne Crowe.--Additional notes.--Appendices.--Index
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