Celtic Myths and Legends by Charles SquireThis is one from my PC shelf; not one to read cover-to-cover, I refer back to this from time to time, and read it sporatically. Lots of interesting bits about the Celts..
2/15/08: I am currently in the midst of reading The Mists of Avalon (heehee), and so I am reading bits of this as a sort of background; specifically, chptr. 21, The Mythological Coming of Arthur, which relates the similarities of the tale with that of Finn Fenian, and the Red Branch Heroes of Ulster.
Also of interest here is chptr. 23, The Gods as King Arthurs Knights (pp. 354-370).
Celtic Myth And Legend Poetry And Romance.
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