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The Cattle Raid of Cooley - The Account of the Appearance of Cuchulain Summary & Analysis

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The Account of the Appearance of Cuchulain Summary

The next day, Cuchulain comes in his normal clothes to show the women and civilians traveling with the army that he is not a terrifying and ugly beast when not in battle. He is actually quite handsome, with locks of brown, red and blond hair twisted neatly around his head. He wears fine clothing and jewels and is proud to show off his seven fingers and toes on each hand. He is so handsome that the Irish women beg the remaining soldiers to lift them into the air so they can see him more easily. They are all taken aback by the fantastic looking warrior.

The Account of the Appearance of Cuchulain Analysis

Cuchulain's desire to seem normal to the Irish women could mean several things. He could be using his good looks to woo...

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