In The Celtic Fisherman’s Wife a Druid wife, her husband, and others live in an imaginary village loosely set in ancient western Ireland. The poetry is divided into four seasons; it contains narratives, songs, dreams, animals, trees, customs, heroes, god and goddesses. Read it for pleasure, to act, or sing. Add it to a course you teach!
A glossary and other information at the end of the book are helpful for historical reference.