These outstanding translations of early storytellers and selections from modern poets capture the distinctiveness that sets the Celtic mind apart. The themes are universal, but an unmistakably Celtic thread runs through them. Enjoy the Celtic flavor of describing the earth as a living being, as "the rough foreheads of these moody hills". Experience the spiritual mystery of a land where "Saint Brynach walked with angels". In these pages you can walk with the famous, like Seamus Heaney, Dylan Thomas, and W.B. Yeats. Or you can explore little-known thousand-year-old proverbs and discover the haunting visions of an anonymous 19th-century Breton poet.