You should easily be able to find a "flood" story in books about Celtic
Mythology. I am sure most list members are dying to help you, but of
course, what we SHOULD do, is suggest books for you to read so you may find
the material yourself.
That is what a research paper is all about, you know.
If I were your professor, I would not be satisfied with sources only from
the interrnet. You must get into the piles. And time is short. Please
don't hope to cull a paper from responses from the list.
Now get moving, and good luck.
(who has seen one too many requests like this on the Chaucer net)
At 06:08 PM 2/12/96 PST, you wrote:
>Hi there.. my name is Kerry and I am doing a research paper on the
>Celtic Mythology for my mythology class (imagine that). I was wondering
>if any of you know much about it and would be willing to share some of
>your knowledge and stories.. I have some resources that I got off the
>internet.. but they are sort of hard to understand which is true of most
>stories unless heard by word of mouth. We are to cover a possible
>"flood" in our culture.. I haven't found any information on that.. if
>there was a time that the entire culture and land was wiped out and had
>to start anew.. I would love to know.. thanks for anything you guys can
>help out with.. I appreciate it! =)