Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition: T305003A
The wandering of Ulixes son of Laertes
Background details and bibliographic information
File DescriptionKuno Meyer
translated by Kuno MeyerElectronic edition compiled by Emer Purcell
Funded by University College, Cork and
The HEA via the LDT Project.
proof corrections by Emer Purcell
2. Second draft.
Extent of text: 4150 words
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- Stowe MS. 992, fo. 59b, 261a, 2 (cf Rev. Celt. vi. p. 190), a vellum codex compiled, according to an entry, on fo. 1, in 1300 A.D.
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, 536 olim 23 P 12 al. Book of Ballymote, p. 445a447b, a MS written towards the end of the 14th century.
- Kuno Meyer, Merugud Uilix maicc Leirtis: the Irish Odyssey (London 1886).
- Robert T. Meyer (ed.), Merugud Uilix maic Leirtis (Dublin 1958).
- E. G. Cox, Classical Traditions in Medieval Ireland, Classical Quarterly 3 (1924) 26784.
- Robert T. Meyer, 'The Middle Irish Odyssey: folktale, fiction or saga?', Mod Philol 50 (1952) 7378.
- Gerard Murphy, The Ossianic lore and Romantic tales of medieval Ireland (Irish Life & Culture 11) (Dublin 1955) 17.
- W. B. Stanford, The Ulysses Theme: a study in the adaptability of a traditional hero (Oxford: Blackwell 1954; 2nd edn. revd., 1968).
- Howard Meroney, [Review] JCS 2 (1958) 25860.
- Gearóid Mac Niocaill, Review of Robert T. Meyer (ed.), Merugud Ulix maic Leirtis, MMIS 17 (Dublin 1958) in Éigse 9 (195861) 134136.
- Robert T. Meyer, 'The Middle Irish Odyssey and Celtic folklore', Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters 46 (1961) 553561.
- Kevin O'Nolan, Homer and the Irish hero tale, Studia Hibernica 8 (1968) 720.
- Kevin O'Nolan, Homer and Irish narrative, Classical Quarterly ns 19 (1969) 119.
- W. B. Stanford, Towards a history of classical influences in Ireland, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 70 C (1970), 1391.
- Kevin O'Nolan, The Use of Formula in Storytelling, Béaloideas 3941 (1973) 233250.
- Frederick Ahl, 'Uilix mac Leirtis: the classical hero in Irish metamorphosis', R. Warren (ed.), The art of translation (Boston MA 1989) 173198.
- Barbara Hillers, 'The odyssey of a folktale: Merugud Uilix Meic Leirtis'. Proc Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 12 (1992) 6379.
The edition used in the digital edition
- Merugud Ulix maicc Leirtis. Kuno Meyer (ed), First edition [v + 36 pp.; vxii Introduction; 115 Critical edition of Text; 1629 Translation; 3036 Index Verborum.] D. Nutt270 Strand, London (1886)
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Text has been proof-read twice.
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Created: Translation by Kuno Meyer
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Language: [EN] The translation is in English.