Cead Mile Failte-Many thousand welcomes to DanuStudies. This page was created in an attempt to understand the relationship mythology plays in Irish literature. Through the work of Yeats and James Joyce, Ireland's two most popular writers, one can see great illustration of their homeland's
belief in the supernatural. Yeats writes about the Sons of Mile, Cuchullain, and the Tuatha De Daanan, along with other mythological beings whose influence is alive in the hills of Ireland today. Current Irish writers are still influenced by Eire's stories. This page is
dedicated to the love of Irish literature, the pursuit of knowledge, and an everlasting awe of Celtic inspiraton in Irish literature.
Along with ideas pertaining to Celtic literature I have included sites focusing on Irish art, information, and mythology. I have also included a list of reading literature available in most bookstores. Barnes and Noble has thus far been the best source to find books on mythology and Irish history. If you can not find these books readily available, ask your bookstore to order them.
As always, I welcome any new ideas or information which might help improve this site. If you have anything you would like to see on here, please leave me a note through e-mail.
Contributing e-mails can be sent to Danugoddess@oocities.com Remember, anything you would like to submit must be on the basis of Irish mythology, literature, art, or history. Have a most glorious day - - until we meet again. Slainte
Irish Server List
Everything Celtic Resources
Medaille d'Or Award for Web Excellence
Harry O'Connell's Irish Library
Druid Princess' Celtic Resources
Celtic SymbologyUpdated 9/14/98.
Irish Web Sites from A to Z
Earthlore: Ireland, Story of our Existance
Glendale College: The Best Irish Site
The Tribes of the River Goddess
The Tuatha De Danaan
List of Irish Myths
History/Mythology of the Black Irish
The Story of St. Patrick
The Faerie Dictionary & Search Site
Irish Impressionistic Art
Tom Byrnes Links to Irish Artists
Melody's Traditional Music and Harpe Shoppe
The Celtic Music Network
The Woolen Mills Gift Catalog
Connemara Marble Factory
In my research I discovered the web doesn't have EVERYTHING to offer on mythology and celtic thought. The surest way of discovery is still within the pages of a good book. Here are a few I found in several bookstores throughout my area, as well as some professors gave me as gifts. I've now included links by which you may order the following books. There is life away from the computer. These books are great diversions from the neon screen.
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