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Dubthach's Jealousy Summary

Dubthach of Ulster is very angry with Cuchulain because his wife is enamored with the warrior. He meets with the Irish and tries to help them plot to capture Cuchulain. Fergus finds out about this and is very angry, kicking Dubthach away from the camp. As he goes, Fergus screams out all the bad things Dubthach has done to all the people of Ulster.

Dubthach's Jealousy Analysis

Cuchulain's idea of making the women of Ireland fall for him seems successfully in breaking the morale of the troops. They are beginning to argue and quarrel with each other, and this incident hints at further uprisings to come, with further interventions from Fergus to defend an honorable fight.

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