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The voyage of Bran

The voyage of Bran

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Published by Llanerch in Felinfach .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Epic literature, Irish -- Translations into English,
  • Sagas -- Translations into English,
  • Tales -- Ireland

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKuno Meyer.
    GenreTranslations into English
    ContributionsMeyer, Kuno, 1858-1919 ed
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 99 p. ;
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22847316M
    ISBN 101897853203
    LC Control Number94070056

      The Voyage of Bran, Son of Febal (and a few other Irish legends) Source of book: I own this I got this book as a gift, but it was one I had on my wish list, primarily because it was one of the ancient works that is said to have inspired The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C. S. : Diary of an Autodidact. The Voyage of Máel Dúin, contains motifs elected in other immrama such as: the Voyage of Bran and the Voyage of Saint Brendan. The Island of Joy in paragraph 61 of The Voyage of Bran may have inspired Máel Dúin's Island of Uncontrollable Laughter. In both Mael Duin and the Voyage of Brendan three additional people join the crew. Mael Duin.

    Genre/Form: Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Imram Brain. English & Irish. Voyage of Bran, son of Febal, to the land of the living. The Voyage of Bran Son of Febal to the Land of the Living Page 5 There are a large number of forms in the Voyage of Bran as old as any to be found in the Würzburg glosses. The oldest part of these glosses, Professor Thurneysen, the most careful and cool-headed of observers, does not hesitate to ascribe to the seventh century. 1File Size: KB.

    Other articles where The Voyage of Brân is discussed: imram: imram is Imram Brain, or The Voyage of Brân, which describes a trip to the enchanted Land of Women. After what seems to be a year, Brân and his colleagues return home to discover that their voyage had lasted longer than any memories and was recorded only in ancient sources.   She tells Bran to voyage to the Land of Women across the sea, and the next day he gathers a company of men to do so. After two days, he sees a man on a chariot speeding towards him. The man is Manannan mac Lir, and he tells Bran that he is not sailing upon the ocean, but upon a flowery plain/5(21).


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Bran carved an account of his voyage on stone tablets, in Ogham writing, and threw the stones to the people on the shore. Then he and his men turned their ship around, and sailed off to the three times fifty Islands of the Otherworld. Read as part of my Goodreads Ireland challenge for Been meaning to get around to reading one of Tim Severins voyage books after loving his Odinns Child Viking series & so this challenge was the perfect excuse as first up was the genre Travel & so as a lateral move I plumped for this as being my travel book I think it jus about counts!/5().

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This is Kuno Meyer's translati /5. The Voyage of Bran by Meyer Kuno. Old Irish saga of a voyage to the pagan Celtic otherworld, with parallel English and Gaelic. This is Kuno Meyer's translation of the old Irish saga, the Voyage of Bran.

In this magical odyssey to the limits of reality, Bran takes a characteristically time-dilated journey to a distant isle of : Appspublisher. Read "The Voyage of Bran" by Anonymous available from Rakuten Kobo. The Voyage of Bran is a classic old Irish saga translated by Kuno Meyer, a Celtic scholar.

This version includes a table Brand: Charles River Editors. For those who want to delve deeper into the original source material that inspired O’Brian, there’s “A Book of Voyages,” an anthology of travelers’ accounts on land and sea during the 17th and 18th century that he edited.

Originally published inthe book is an odd mix of stories that are as idiosyncratic as their s: The Voyage of Bran was first written down in the late 7th century to early 8th century. The poem shares similar themes and elements with other Irish immrama, such as The Voyage of Brendan and The Voyage of Mael Duin, both written in early to midFor example, Bran, Brendan and Mael Duin each encounter a holy island where the inhabitants live quiet, blissful lives.

The Navigatio contains many parallels and inter-textual references to Bran and the Voyage of Máel Dúin. On the Kerry coast, Brendan built a currach -like boat of wattle, covered it with hides tanned in oak bark and softened with butter, and set up a mast and a : c.

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The Voyage of Bran (Imram Brain) was one of the oldest tales in Irish literature. It was said that the narrative was first compiled in the 7th century. However, the present work was preserved now in two extant works: the Book of the Dun Cow (early 11th century) and the Book of Leinster (midth century).

The tale is narrative of a journey made by Bran and his followers to the Isle of. Honoring Patrick O’Brian’s centenary, a collection of his favorite travel pieces, replete with perils, discomforts, and exotic pleasures.

Never previously published in this country, A Book of Voyages presents writings by various travelers, annotated and introduced by Patrick O’Brian. Most are taken from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; O’Brian felt that, Brand: Norton, W.

& Company, Inc. Literary examples Voyage of Bran. In Imram Brain ("Voyage of Bran"), the silver apple branch with white apple blossoms was brought to Bran mac Febail by a mysterious woman, who disclosed that the branch of white silver (Irish: findargat) was from Emain (or Emne), presumably the land where she hailed singing verses describing her land as the place of delight (with.

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Felinfach: Llanerch, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Bran deems it a marvellous beauty In his coracle across the clear sea: While to me in my chariot from afar It is a flowery plain on which he rides about.

What is a clear sea For the prowed skiff in which Bran is, That is a happy plain with profusion of flowers To me from the chariot of two wheels. Bran sees The number of waves beating across. The Voyage of Bran was originally written down in the seventh century. 1 From this original, sometime in the tenth century, a copy was made, in which the language of the poetry, protected by the laws of metre and assonance, was left almost intact, while the prose was subjected to a process of partial modernisation, which most affected the.

The Voyage of Bran Lyrics: Bran walked alone to ease his mind / To reflect on life and love / Sweet music he heard come from behind / And from the sky above / .The Voyage of Bran Mac Febal. 1. 'Twas fifty quatrains the woman from unknown lands sang on the floor of the house to Bran son of Febal, when the royal house was full of kings, who knew not whence the woman had come, since the ramparts were closed.

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