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The Cattle Raid of Cooley - The Agitation of Celtchar Summary & Analysis

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The Agitation of Celtchar Summary

The leaders of the Ulster army, particularly Celtchar, dream of the battle to come and cry out in their sleep about it. Cormac talks in his sleep to the Irish and tells them that tomorrow will be the day. The Irish have an uneasy night, as their men have nightmares, and teems of ghouls and spirits come to their camp to frighten them. The Ulster men envision victory on the battlefield.

The Agitation of Celtchar Analysis

These dreams demonstrate the fortuneteller's predictions that Ulster will be victorious in battle. They also add an eerie mood and prepare the audience for a gory battle ahead.

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