>> Marie-Louise Sjoestedt's _Gods and Heroes of the Celts_
>> ... this slim and beatifully written volume continues to
>> be a work of enduring value.
>Yet one I don't often hear mentioned. Does anyone out there
>on the list teach it these days? Anyone have any opinions of
>it? I see that Richard Marsh, on his website, calls it "a
>psychoanalytical approach". I'm not sure I understand that.
Both Pat Ford and Joseph Nagy use it. I'm exceedingly fond of it as a
readable and provocative survey, and it's included in the "starter"
bibliography on my web site.
A former colleague, Dr. Paula Powers Coe, also used it as a supporting text
on a class on Celtic iconography.
Lisa L. Spangenberg | Digital medievalist
Celtic Studies Resources | http://www.digitalmedievalist.com
My opinions are mine |not those of the University,
who is of the opinion |that I should be writing my dissertation.