Ah, six large volumes, hmm, thanks for the warning! I have also heard that
there was a Dover edition (with pictures) and a retelling in Lady Gregory's
_Gods & Fighting Men_. Plus it's online. I couldn't find the Dover
version at Amazon or the Dover site (yet) so I guess it's out of print.
I'll be checking out the online version later. It's referenced in so many
places that I should probably at least read the Cliff's Notes you might say.
Elizabeth Apgar Triano
amor vincit omnia
> It's actually a text (_Lebor Gab�la �renn_) of which several versions
> in different manuscripts. The standard edition (bilingual, with Irish and
> English on facing pages) is by the Irish Texts Society, but it's
something like six
> large volumes, so I don't know if it's something you'll want to jump up
> order (if you're *really* that interested, you can get it from
> booksforscholars.com). You can also read translations of excerpts from it
in the Cross &
> Slover anthology of early Irish literature.