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The Cattle Raid of Cooley - The Red-Shame of Menn Summary & Analysis

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The Red-Shame of Menn Summary

A man named Menn comes to fight, bringing with him twelve warriors who kill many more Irish than their number. They, of course, are all also slain except Menn, who is greatly wounded. The Irish declare it shameful for Menn to be wounded so badly and bleed on the dead bodies of his men. Ailill and Medb tell Menn that they will not chase after him if he retreats back to his kingdom to recover. They say that they will all meet again at the great battle when the Ulstermen recover.

The Red-Shame of Menn Analysis

This battle reminds readers yet again that there is a greater battle to come.

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