Coire agus Coin-Shìdh am Beàrnaraigh

  • Dòmhnall Mac Amhlaidh

Abstract


A re-telling and short discussion of the popular story ‘The Tale of the Cauldron’ as told by the author’s grand-uncle in Bernera, Lewis – a story in which the protagonist is pursued by fairy dogs. This is followed by a place-name story, which the author heard from Iain Mac Coinnich (Iain Dhòmhnaill a’ Phìobair), also of Bernera, concerning Creag ’Ille Chaluim Ghlais, a fairy dwelling-place which was – according to the storyteller – the last place in which fairy dogs were ever seen.
Published
01-Feb-2017
How to Cite
Mac Amhlaidh, D. (2017, February 1). Coire agus Coin-Shìdh am Beàrnaraigh. Scottish Studies, 37, 114 - 116. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.2218/ss.v37i0.1799
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