Leigheas Cas Ó Céin

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'S e Leigheas Cas Ó Céin (Sgeulachd Chois’ Ó Céin[1], Sgeul Chois Ó Céin[2]) tè dhe na sgeulachdan as fhaide agus as ainmeil a chaidh a cruinneachadh ann am beul-aithris na Gàidhlig ann an Alba. 'S e an dreach as aithnichte dhen sgeulachd fear a chaith aithris le Lachlan MacNèill, griasaiche à Ìle, ri Eachann MacIllEathainn as leth Iain Òig Ìle (John Francis Campbell) air an 22mh latha dhen Mhàirt, 1871.[3] B' e seo an sgeulachd Ghàidhlig a b' fhaide a bh' againn aig an àm, mu 30,000 facal de dh'fhaide, agus chaidh a foillseachadh ann an cruth leabhair le K. C. Craig ann an 1950.[4]

Dreachan[deasaich | deasaich an tùs]

  • Campbell, Rev. John Gregorson (deas.). ‘Sgeulachd Casa Cein – The Healing of Keyn’s Foot’, Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness, xiv (1887–8), 78–100.
  • Craig, K. C. (deas.). Leigheas Cas Ó Céin (Stirling, 1950).
  • Henderson, Rev. George (deas.). ‘Sgeulachd Cois’ O’ Cein’, Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness, xxv (1901–3), 179–265.
  • MacInnes, Rev. Duncan (deas.). ‘Coise Céin: Koisha Kayn, or Kian’s Leg’, Folk and Hero Tales (London: David Nutt, Waifs and Strays of Celtic Tradition, Argyllshire Series ii, 1890), 206–77.

Iomraidhean[deasaich | deasaich an tùs]

  1. Carmichael Watson Project (28-6-2010) Neither Reads nor Writes
  2. Carmichael Watson Project (18-5-2010) A Long Time Healing
  3. Carmichael Watson Project (18-5-2010) A Long Time Healing
  4. Craig, K. C. (deas.). Leigheas Cas Ó Céin (Stirling, 1950).