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Embark on a captivating journey through the mystic realms of the Emerald Isle with our mesmerizing anthology, "25 Best Books on Irish Mythology - Celtic Folklore." This one-of-a-kind collection comprises 25 hidden gems, once scarce and out of print, now gathered for the first time in one monumental compilation. Journey through the depth and breadth of an enduring and compelling tradition that has captivated the hearts and minds of millions across the world – the rich folklore and mythos of Ireland.

Within the pages of these time-honored texts, you will encounter legendary figures from Celtic mythology, immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Irish fairy and folk tales, and marvel at the ancient legends, charms, and superstitions that have shaped Ireland’s cultural heritage. From the epic tales of Táin Bó Cúailnge and the valiant Cuchulain to the profound wisdom of the Celtic gods, every story opens a window into the profound and profound world of Irish and Celtic tradition.

Discover the allure of Irish folklore in P. Colum's "A Treasury of Irish Folklore" and explore the mystique of the Emerald Isle's ancient cures and customs in L. Wilde's "Ancient Cures, Charms, and Usages of Ireland." Unravel the threads of the country's rich history with C. L. Adams' "Castles of Ireland" and dive into the imaginative world of J. Jacobs' "Celtic Fairy Tales." These are but a handful of the literary treasures awaiting you within this collection.

Rediscover the magic, mystery, and wonder of the Irish and Celtic heritage with the "25 Best Books on Irish Mythology - Celtic Folklore" collection.

See the full list below;

A Treasury of Irish Folklore - P. Colum (1901)

Ancient Cures, Charms, and Usages of Ireland; Contributions to Irish lore - L. Wilde (1890)

Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms & Superstitions of Ireland, with Sketches of the Irish Past - L. Wilde (1902)

Castles of Ireland; Some Fortress Histories and Legends - C. L. Adams (1904)

Irish Fairy and Folk Tales - W. B. Yeats (1908) *

Celtic Fairy Tales - J. Jacobs (1890) *

Celtic Myth and Legend - Poetry and Romance - C. Squire (1913)

Celtic Myths and Legends by T.W. Rolleston (1911) *

The Táin: From the Irish Epic Táin Bó Cúailnge (1969)

Cuchulain, the Hound of Ulster - E. Hull (1902)

Edmund Dulac's Fairy- Book, Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations - E. Dulac (1916)

Fairies and Folk of Ireland - W. H. Frost (1900)

Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry - W. B. Yeats (1890)

Gods and Fighting Men - The Story of the Tuatha de Danaan and of the Fianna of Ireland - L. Gregory (1910)

Irish Fairy Tales - J. Stephens (1920)

Celtic Gods and Heroes by Marie-Louise Sjoestedt (1940)

The Erne, its Legends and its Fly-fishing - H. G. Newland (1851)

Celtic Heritage: Ancient Tradition in Ireland and Wales - Alwyn D. Rees (1961)

The Folk-Lore of the Isle of Man - Being an Account of its Myths, Legends, Superstitions, Customs, & Proverbs - A. W. Moore (1891)

The Irish Fairy Book - A. P. Graves (1909)

The Kiltartan History Book - L. Gregory (1909)

The Kiltartan Poetry book; Prose Translations from the Irish - L. Gregory (1919)

Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland Vol. 1 - L. Gregory (1920)

Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland Vol. 2 - L. Gregory (1920)

Celtic Mythology by Proinsias MacCana (1969)

Beyond mere stories, these books serve as a valuable research and reference tool, offering invaluable insights into the Celtic and Irish culture, history, and belief systems. Whether you are a scholar of Celtic mythology, a lover of Irish lore, or simply someone intrigued by the mystical world of fairies and folklore, this collection promises to be an enlightening and entertaining companion.

This amazing collection of 25 rare and out-of-print books provide 1000's of pages of facinating content and compelling illustrations for the reader. All books have been personally reviewed by The Lost Book Project and checked for their authenticity. The Books are presented in PDF format, easy to read on your laptop, tablet and mobile via an instantly downloadable file.


After purchasing, you'll have instant access to download all of the books in this collection. A link will also be emailed to you, allowing you to easily download the PDF files to your laptop or computer, or directly to your mobile or tablet. You can even transfer the files to your Kindle or e-reader, or print the pages using a printer. If you prefer, you can also order these books on a USB device, which will be sent to you in a sleek presentation gift box from the United Kingdom.

This extensive collection has been carefully curated, preserved, and distributed by The Lost Book Project, and is only available here.

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