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Hillers (Barbara): In fer fíamach fírglic: Ulysses in medieval Irish literature.
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 15–38.

Lawrence (Lisa): Pagan imagery in the early lives of Brigit: a transformation from goddess to saint?
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 39–54.

Stewart (James A.): War and peace in the Hebrides: the origin and settlement of the Linn nan Creach.
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 116–156.

Georgi (David): A stunning blow in the head: literacy and the anxiety of memory in the legend of Cenn Faelad’s brain of forgetting.
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 195–205.

Glennon (William F. X.): The similes in the Book of Leinster Táin bó Cúailnge.
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 206–222.

Linkletter (Michael D.): The island Gàidhealtachd: the Scottish Gaelic community of Prince Edward Island.
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 223–243.

Ranero (Anna M.): ‘That is what Scáthach did not teach me’: Aided Óenfir Aífe and an episode from the Mahābhārata.
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 244–255.

Sayers (William): Grendel’s mother, Icelandic Grýla and Irish Nechta Scéne: eviscerating fear.
In PHCC 16/17 (2003), pp. 256–268.