by Martin J. Ball and James Fife (Editors)
- in-depth descriptions of all the Celtic languages from historical, structural and sociolinguistic perspectives.
by D.B. Gregor
- a comparative Study of the Six Celtic Languages, Irish, Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, Cornish, Breton Seen Against the Background of Their History, Literature and Destiny.
by R.D. Borsley & Ian Roberts (Editors)
- The leading researchers in the field examine Welsh, Irish, Breton and Scots Gaelic in comparative perspective, making reference to recent work on English, French, Arabic, German and other languages. The editors have provided a substantial introduction which seeks to make the volume accessible to theoreticians unfamiliar with the Celtic languages and also to Celtic specialists who are less familiar with the theoretical framework underpinning the work.
by Diarmuid O'Neill (Editor)
- presents a comprehensive survey of the current state of all six modern Celtic languages and proposes a detailed, practical programme for the revival of each language.
by John Haywood
- a history of the Celtic peoples that argues that their lack of unity helped them to resist conquest by others. This is a fascinating story of adaptation and endurance that traces the Celtic peoples from their beginnings to their modern day descendents.
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