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Joseph Campbell Foundation / New World Library, 2002. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. First edition. Includes original jacket. Pages lightly toned, clean. 2002 Hard Cover. xv, 238 pp. In these essays, Joseph Campbell explores the origins of myth and their role in everyday life — from Grimm fairy tales to Native American legends. He explains how the symbolic content of myth is linked to universal human experience and how myths and experiences change over time. Included is his acclaimed essay 'Mythogenesis,' which examines the rise and fall of a Native American legend., Joseph Campbell Foundation / New World Library, 2002, McClelland and Stewart Limited, Toronto, 1975. Revised Edition. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Bryant, Samuel. Revised edition. An exceptional copy. 1975 Trade Paperback. We have more books available by this author!. 318 pp. Map precedes text, includes section of black & white photographs. A reissue of the classic work originally published in 1952. From the publisher: "In 1886, the Ihalmiut people of northern Canada numbered seven thousand; by 1946, when Farley Mowat began his two-year stay in the Arctic, the population had fallen to just forty. With them, he observed for the first time the phenomenon that would inspire him for the rest of his life: the millennia-old migration of the Arctic's caribou herds. He also endured bleak, interminable winters, suffered agonizing shortages of food, and witnessed the continual, devastating intrusions of outsiders bent on exploitation. Here, in this classic and first book to demonstrate the mammoth literary talent that would produce some of the most memorable books of the next half-century, best-selling author Farley Mowat chronicles his harrowing experiences. People of the Deer is the lyrical ethnography of a beautiful and endangered society. It is a mournful reproach to those who would manipulate and destroy indigenous cultures throughout the world. Most of all, it is a tribute to the last People of the Deer, the diminished Ihalmiuts, whose calamitous encounter with our civilization resulted in their unnecessary demise." ABOUT THE AUTHOR: "Farley McGill Mowat was a conservationist and one of Canada's most widely-read authors. His works have been translated into 52 languages and he has sold more than 14 million books. He achieved fame with the publication of his books on the Canadian North, such as People of the Deer (1952) and Never Cry Wolf (1963).[1] The latter, an account of his experiences with wolves in the Arctic, was made into a film, released in 1983. Mowat's advocacy for environmental causes and a writing style that "never let[s] the facts get in the way of the truth," have earned him both praise and criticism: "few readers remain neutral." Nevertheless, his influence is undeniable: Never Cry Wolf is credited with shifting the mythology and fear of wolves. His stories are fast-paced, gripping, personal, and conversational. Descriptions of Mowat refer to his "commitment to ideals," "poetic descriptions and vivid images," but also to his strong antipathies, which provoke "ridicule, lampoons and, at times, evangelical condemnation."" - Wikipedia, McClelland and Stewart Limited, Toronto, 1975, New York: Facts On File. 1989. Fourth Printing. Softcover. 0816027498 . Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear, ; Indian legends describe the beauty of the natural world, the creation, the origin of fire, historical events, and spiritual truths. ; Trade PB; B&W Illustrations; 368 pages ., Facts On File, 1989, Wellington, New Zealand: A.H. & A. W. Reed, 1977. IN NEAR FINE CONDITION. In a protective mylar sleeve. 65pp in original illustrated stiff wraps, binding tight, B/W ILLUSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT. Contents include Polynesian Migration, Maori Life, Religion, Mythology, Sacred Lore, Language, Law of Tapu, Lore of the Forest, Artcraft, The War Canoe, The Tangi and more.. Soft Cover. Illus. by Turner, Dennis. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., A.H. & A. W. Reed, 1977, Baltimore. 1973. Penguin Books. Reprinted Penguin Classic Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers With Tape-Reinforced Cover. 366 pages. paperback. 0140440518. The cover illustration is taken from an illuminated manuscript of THE AENEID in the Vatican Library. Translated from the Latin & With An Introduction by W. F. Jackson Knight. keywords: Penguin Classic Paperback Poetry Latin Roman Translated Literature Mythology. inventory # 29342. FROM THE PUBLISHER - The AENEID of Virgil (70-19 B.C.) describes the legendary origin of the Roman nation. It tells of the Trojan prince Aeneas, who escaped, with some followers, after Troy fell, and sailed to Italy. Here they settled and laid the foundations of Roman power. THE AENEID is a poet’s picture of the world, where human affairs are controlled by human and superhuman influences. It is a great literary epic inspired by Virgil’s love of his native Italy and his sense of Rome’s destiny as a civilized ruler of nations. ISBN: 0140440518., Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011. .. Softcover. New. .. .. ‘Claude Levi-Strauss was one of the dominating postwar influences in French intellectual life and the leading exponent of Structuralism in the social sciences; his work inspired a school of academic followers in the 1960s and 1970s in disciplines ranging from music to literary criticism.’ The Telegraph ‘Claude Levi-Strauss’ revolutionary studies of what was once called ‘primitive man’ transformed Western understanding of the nature of culture, custom and civilization. His legacy is imposing. Mythologiques, his four-volume work about the structure of native mythology in the Americas, attempts nothing less than an interpretation of the world of culture and custom, shaped by analysis of several hundred myths of little-known tribes and traditions. The volumes, The Raw and the Cooked, From Honey to Ashes, The Origin of Table Manners and The Naked Man, published from 1964 to 1971, challenge the reader with their complex interweaving of theme and detail.’ New York Times Contents The Making of ‘My Favourite Levi-Strauss’ Claude Levi-Strauss: A Rationalist among Empiricists Claude Levi-Strauss: His Life and Work To Transform or to Transmorph: From Totemism to Traffic Lights to Caste Why a Cousin Become a Spouse: Elementary, says Levi-Strauss Claude Levi-Strauss, 20087: What Anniversary? Mythologique: The Structural Method of Claude Levi-Strauss Levi-Strauss Sartre? Kant and the Savage Mind On Language and the Assumed Unity of the Human Sciences ‘Naming’ Conversion: Being Muslim in Old Delhi Levi-Strauss and Evolutionary Theory Appendix Printed Pages: 172., Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011, London: Abela Publishing, 6 July 2009. Reprint. Paperback. New. John D Batten. 256 pages. Joseph Jacob's first volume-English Fairy Tales [1890]-did not exhaust the scanty remains of traditional English folktales. Most of the forty-four tales that appear in More English Fairy Tales had never before appeared in print. In compiling More English Fairy Tales [1894], Joseph Jacobs flouted the Florklorist's creed, choosing to present stories that would fill children's imaginations "with bright trains of images". Vividly painted princesses, Pied Pipers, pots of gold, giants, speaking cats, Kings, Hoybahs, wise men, washerwomen, and more overflow from the pages of this volume, all bound by the common threads of basic moral lessons. Many of the tales were recorded verbatim from storytellers. They are by no means in an authorised form, and even touch on the "vulgar" using archaic and colloquial English. In the times following Jacob's original printing, the literary establishment objected to the use of such archaic colloquialisms. These tales were told for generations in a form that used these dialects and "vulgar" words for effect. However, the traditional form makes these stories all the richer in a modern setting. We invite you to curl up with this volume and be transported back in time to when England had a hundred or more local dialects-a time when the words Lawkamercyme and noddle were commonplace. A percentage of the net from the sale of this book will be donated to the Prince's Trust. All books hot off the press direct to you! US Customers - Select local shipping rates DO NOT select world zone 1 rates. Booksellers, please contact us for trade/wholesale prices, Abela Publishing, 6 July 2009, London: Abela Publishing, 17 August 2009. Reprint. Paperback. New. 262 pages. Specimens of Bushman Folk-lore was published by Dr. WHI Bleek only after he'd overcome many great difficulties (and great they were in late 1800s South Africa). So complete is this volume that Dr. Bleek even provides explanations on how to make the many click sounds that are endemic to the Bushman language. Good luck wrapping your tongue around them! This 260 page volume contains 84 stories about Bushman myths and legends, including interpretations of the natural world, animal fables, the story of the first man, and customs, superstitions, and more. There are stories about girls and frogs, hyenas that seek revenge, the wind, and the making of arrows. There are also stories about the origin of the stars Sirius and Canopus, the treatment of bones, prayers to the moon, and a man who mistakenly ordered his wife to cut off his ears. Of special interest is the story of one Bushman's first ride on the train from Mowbray to Cape Town, which describes his treatment at the hands of the local police and the imposition of the white man's laws upon him and his people. The old adage "Everything changes, everything stays the same," comes to mind. So curl up with this treasure of ancient Africa, this documentation of a changing world, and engross yourself in a culture that has no place for MP3 players, video games, or television. A percentage of every book sold will help fund the education of an underprivileged person in South Africa. Rock art and archaeological evidence indicates that the San Bushmen once occupied countries as far north as Libya, Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia, with some evidence of occupation in Kenya. Over time, environmental conditions and the negroid races pushed the Bushmen further and further south-today, they can now only be found in the countries of Southern Africa. Even now, the Bushmen's traditional way of life is further threatened by government regulations and policies that seek to restrict their nomadic tradition and "encourage" them to assume a more pastoral lifestyle. 33% of the publisher's profit from the sale of this book will be donated to the Westville Boys High School Scholarship fund which enables gifted but underprivileged South Africans to obtain a first class High School education. All books hot off the press direct to you! US Customers - Select local shipping rates DO NOT select world zone 1 rates. Booksellers, please contact us for trade/wholesale prices, Abela Publishing, 17 August 2009, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. 4th ptg. of 4th (1911) Edition: June 1922. Dark green cloth, lettered in blind on front panel and in gilt on spine panel. Modest shelf wear, soiled on lower front panel, some light surface marks, cloth creased across "History" in gilt spine title. Former owner address inscription on front flyleaf. xvii,440 pp.. Cloth. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922, New York: Henry Z. Walck, 1975 Hard bound first edition in fine ex-library condition, in a fine price clipped jacket. . A reference book of world mythology published for juveniles. The mythical places are arranged alphabetically from AALU to VALHALLA and WAK WAK and YS, and come from all over the world. Very detailed descriptions and origins of these mythical places. Beautiful illustrations! 118 pp., no index.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine But Pasted Down. Illus. by Robert Cuffari. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Mythology., Henry Z. Walck, 1975, London: Abela Publishing, 19 June 2009. Reprint. Paperback. New. 298 pages. It is a widely held belief, especially amongst the peoples of English-speaking nations, that the Irish have the gift of the gab. Samuel Lover's Irish Stories and Legends shows the utter truthfulness of this conviction. After a recitation by Samuel Lover of a few tales at a dinner party, he was subsequently convinced to publish two of them in the Dublin Literary Gazette. The favourable reception of these tales resulted in Irish Stories and Legends, an exquisite and exceptional volume of Irish folklore. Prepared and collated with very few changes, Samuel Lover wanted to stay true to the original stories, so that the written story would enchant readers as though it were being presented in the vernacular. So curl up with this unique piece of Irish folklore, not seen in print for over one hundred and seventy years, and let the Gift of the Irish enchant and captivate you. Samuel Lover (1797-1868) was an Irish novelist, a songwriter, and a painter of portraits. So famous was this son of Ireland that a memorial to him stands in St Patrick's Cathedral, in Dublin. Less well-known is the fact that he was the also the grandfather of Victor Herbert, a famous Broadway composer. Renowned for his clever twist of phrase, Samuel Lover once said, "When once the itch of literature comes over a man, nothing can cure it but the scratching of a pen". We're grateful that he never stopped "itching"! Later in life, Samuel moved to London and joined with Dickens in founding Bentley's Magazine. Dickens was the magazine's first editor, and Oliver Twist its first serial. Lover certainly kept illustrious company. The memorial in St Patrick's Cathedral summarises Lover's achievements thusly: Poet, painter, novelist and composer, who, in the exercise of a genius as distinguished in its versatility as in its power, by his pen and pencil illustrated so happily the characteristics of the peasantry of his country that his name will ever be honourably identified with Ireland. A percentage of the sale of this book will be donated to the Prince's Trust for their work with the disaffected. All books hot off the press direct to you! US Customers - Select local shipping rates DO NOT select world zone 1 rates. Booksellers, please contact us for trade/wholesale prices, Abela Publishing, 19 June 2009, Thorsons, 1994. Paperback. 3. Paperback internally good but cover creased. The Australian Aborigines are a traditional people whose origins lie in distant antiquity. Spanning their history from the earliest legends to the present day, this book is a reference guide to the different aspects of the Aborigine tradition. It gives an overview of Aborigine culture, lifestyles, ceremonies, spiritual awareness, beliefs and religions. - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, signed copies, non-fiction books delivered world wide. Excess postage may be required for books over 1 kg in weight. ISBN 1-85538-306-3 1855383063., Thorsons, 1994, Thames & Hudson, 2000. Paperback. 3. Condition good. Isbn 0-500-28201-3,0500282013. The Celtic tradition is one of the most ancient in Europe, with roots going back nearly 3000 years. Today there is much to be learned from the Celtic world view, with its emphasis on the recognition of the unseen world and the vital part it plays in our relationship with the physical landscape. This work shows the holy sites of Britain, Ireland and mainland Europe through Celtic eyes, reinvesting each place in the landscape with its ancient spiritual, symbolic and mythological importance - giving insight into how we can renew our lapsed relationship with the sacred landscape today. The book provides a historical tour of the Celtic holy places of Europe, focusing particularly on Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Cornwall, the Isle of Man and Brittany. From the original Celtic site of the castle at Tintagel to the sacred forest of Broceliande in Brittany, it shows the mystery and lore of sacred trees and stones and reveals the power of springs and wells as places of healing. Sacred caves and holy islands, sanctified earthworks and cities and the holy places of the Celtic saints are visited. The book should also be of interest to visitors and travellers with a gazetteer that includes Ordnance Survey references., Thames & Hudson, 2000, Wizard Books, 2003. Paperback. 3. Paperback in average condition, pages clean but browing, ex library book with stamps etc. Philip Pullman is one of the world's most popular and original authors, read by children and adults alike. Containing an astonishing cast of characters, from scholarly Oxford dons to armoured bears, witches, angels, murderous Spectres and hideous harpies drawn straight from Greek mythology, Pullman's fiction can be read at many different levels. ISBN 1-84046-482-8 1840464828. Darkness Visible looks at the world of Philip Pullman, from the flamboyant Sally Lockhart series and the award-winning Clockwork and I Was a Rat!, to the epic His Dark Materials trilogy. It shows the diverse influences ? from Milton and Blake to comic books and radio drama ? that have shaped his writing and uncovers the part played by Pullman's unconventional childhood. Written by acclaimed critic Nicholas Tucker, and packed with never-before-seen family photos, illustrations from Pullman's beloved graphic novels and fresh material from recent interviews, this is both a celebration of Philip Pullman and a useful guide to the rich world of his fiction. About the Author Nicholas Tucker lives in Lewes and was a teacher and educational psychologist before lecturing in Cultural Studies at the University of Sussex. He is the author of five books about children, childhood and reading, including The Rough Guides to Children's Books, 0-5 and 5-11, with a third volume on teenage reading to be published later this year. He has also written six books for children, broadcasts frequently and reviews widely in the national press. But most of what he has learned about children's literature over the years has come from reading to his three children and now to their own children as well., Wizard Books, 2003, Macmillan General Reference, 1997. Paperback. 3. Here are the worlds most-loved stories, in a dynamic visual tour de force for todays readers. Each timeless myth is superbly presented in story form and enhanced with original art work by world-renowned artist Giovanni Caselli. Though Bulfinchs has been heralded for more than a century, it has never been published in so beautiful and accessible a format. Evocative four-color illustrations, many full-page, bring to life key events and characters of these universal tales and sagasfrom the Greek and Roman pantheon of gods to the heroes of the Crusades, from the exploits of Robin Hood to the feats of Richard the Lionheart. As enjoyable now as when Bulfinch first assembled them, these selections come from a variety of worksOvids classic Metamorphoses, Egyptian myths, Eastern mythology, and Hindu, Norse, and Celtic sources. Together they form a remarkable tapestry of human endeavor: dreams, illusions, adventures, loves lost and loves found. In this handsome series, they speak to us afresh, across the ages, vivified through Casellis inspired art. Original footnotes, indexes, and prefaces make this series not only entertaining, but completely authoritative as well. Thomas Bulfinch (1796-1867), writer and mythologist, was the first to create a popular compendium of ancient myths and legends. Giovanni Caselli (b. Florence, 1939) is one of Europes most celebrated authors and illustrators. His books have sold in the millions. Paperback - 1997 - good condition, very slight crease in cover - - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, exlibrary books sold, signed copies, non-fiction books delivered world wide. 0-02-861478-X. Isbn 002861478X. This is a heavy book and will require extra money to post airmail to outside of the EU., Macmillan General Reference, 1997, Humanity Press/prometheus Bk, 1983. Paperback. 3. Paperback in good condition. Pages yellowing with age. Amazon Before Joseph Campbell became the world's most famous practitioner of comparative mythology, there was Sir James George Frazer. The Golden Bough was originally published in two volumes in 1890, but Frazer became so enamored of his topic that over the next few decades he expanded the work sixfold, then in 1922 cut it all down to a single thick edition suitable for mass distribution. The thesis on the origins of magic and religion that it elaborates "will be long and laborious," Frazer warns readers, "but may possess something of the charm of a voyage of discovery, in which we shall visit many strange lands, with strange foreign peoples, and still stranger customs." Chief among those customs--at least as the book is remembered in the popular imagination--is the sacrificial killing of god-kings to ensure bountiful harvests, which Frazer traces through several cultures, including in his elaborations the myths of Adonis, Osiris, and Balder. While highly influential in its day, The Golden Bough has come under harsh critical scrutiny in subsequent decades, with many of its descriptions of regional folklore and legends deemed less than reliable. Furthermore, much of its tone is rooted in a philosophy of social Darwinism--sheer cultural imperialism, really--that finds its most explicit form in Frazer's rhetorical question: "If in the most backward state of human society now known to us we find magic thus conspicuously present and religion conspicuously absent, may we not reasonably conjecture that the civilised races of the world have also at some period of their history passed through a similar intellectual phase?" (The truly civilized races, he goes on to say later, though not particularly loudly, are the ones whose minds evolve beyond religious belief to embrace the rational structures of scientific thought.) Frazer was much too genteel to state plainly that "primitive" races believe in magic because they are too stupid and backwards to know any better; instead he remarks that "a savage hardly conceives the distinction commonly drawn by more advanced peoples between the natural and the supernatural." And he certainly was not about to make explicit the logical extension of his theories--"that Christian legend, dogma, and ritual" (to quote Robert Graves's summation of Frazer in The White Goddess) "are the refinement of a great body of primitive and barbarous beliefs." Whatever modern readers have come to think of the book, however, its historical significance and the eloquence with which Frazer attempts to develop what one might call a unifying theory of anthropology cannot be denied. --Ron Hogan --This text refers to the Paperback edition. Review Nature One of the greatest books.--This text refers to the Paperback edition., Humanity Press/prometheus Bk, 1983, Oxford University Press, USA, 1993. Hardcover. 3. Hardback with dustjacket - 1993 - condition fair exlibrary - used books, secondhand books, for sale, out of print books, hard to find books, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first editions, exlibrary books sold, signed copies, non-fiction books delivered world wide. Isbn 0-19-506303-1, 0195063031. This is not a math book, but rather a journey through time and cultures that focuses on the place of numbers in various human systems. As such, it is entertaining, enlightening, and may even be somewhat unsettling to those who have always dismissed mysticism and numerology as bogus. Shimmel has translated and added to Franz Carl Endres's book of the same name, broadening the scope of the German original. Her introduction, which stands by itself, is a clear, concise, and interesting survey of the history of numbers and their importance to many societies. She covers everything from the origins of our Arabic numbers to modern superstitions and number games, stopping off to explore the Gnostics, mysticism, and Islam. The author continues with a detailed description of the various meanings and symbolism associated with each individual number up to 40, and then includes assorted descriptions from 42-10,000. Each of these chapters is fascinating and includes much detail taken from religion, mythology, daily life, and scientific observation. The book is profusely illustrated with drawings, woodcuts, and designs, and there is an exhaustive bibliography in addition to an excellent index. A delightful cross-cultural romp through the history of number mysticism....By the time you finish this entertaining yet scholarly book, you'll not only be in seventh heaven, you'll understand why., Oxford University Press, USA, 1993, Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1988. Paperback. 3. Paperback in good condition internally, cover some creasing, previous owner applied plastic cover to book cover. 1988 Victor Gollancz edition. A haunting entry in the World Fantasy Award-winning Mythago Cycle. In Mythago Wood, Robert Holdstock gave us an intricate world spun from the stories of Irish and English mythology, a great forest steeped in mystery and legend, whose heart contains secrets that will change all who behold them. Young Tallis is one such seeker. When she was just an infant, she lost her brother Harry to Ryhope Wood. Her adolescent fancies now cause her to suspect that he is still alive and in grave danger. Tallis follows Harry into the primal Otherworld armed only with magic, masks, and clues left by her grandfather. Eventually the primitive forest gives way to Lavondyss itself, a fascinating and terrible realm where she is forced to confront the mythagos, physical manifestations of the legends of humanity's collective unconscious. Join Tallis on her quest into the ultimate unknown, and be invited into one of the finest and most compelling mythologies you will ever encounter. "A stunningly good book . . . conveys the haunting power of old heroes and lost gods." "Magical . . . It is rare to find a sequel which measures up to its original; but Lavondyss surpasses it." Times Literary Supplement. . Fantasy/Fiction. 0-575-04375-X., Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1988

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Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1988. Paperback. Good. Paperback in good condition internally, cover some creasing, previous owner applied plastic cover to book cover. 1988 Victor Gollancz edition. A haunting entry in the World Fantasy Award-winning Mythago Cycle. In Mythago Wood, Robert Holdstock gave us an intricate world spun from the stories of Irish and English mythology, a great forest steeped in mystery and legend, whose heart contains secrets that will change all who behold them. Young Tallis is one such seeker. When she was just an infant, she lost her brother Harry to Ryhope Wood. Her adolescent fancies now cause her to suspect that he is still alive and in grave danger. Tallis follows Harry into the primal Otherworld armed only with magic, masks, and clues left by her grandfather. Eventually the primitive forest gives way to Lavondyss itself, a fascinating and terrible realm where she is forced to confront the mythagos, physical manifestations of the legends of humanity's collective unconscious. Join Tallis on her quest into the ultimate unknown, and be invited into one of the finest and most compelling mythologies you will ever encounter. "A stunningly good book . . . conveys the haunting power of old heroes and lost gods." "Magical . . . It is rare to find a sequel which measures up to its original; but Lavondyss surpasses it." Times Literary Supplement. . Fantasy/Fiction. 0-575-04375-X., Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1988

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The critically acclaimed sequel to the World Fantasy Award winning novel, MYTHAGO WOOD Lavondyss - the ultimate realm, the source of all myths. In this novel of Mythago Wood, Tallis Keeton journeys into the strange realm of Ryhope Wood. Younger sister of Harry Keeton, who disappeared into Ryhope in the World Fantasy Award-winning novel, Mythago Wood, Tallis is obsessed with finding him, and learns the way into the otherworld that surrounds the primitive forest and its secrets. Through masks, magic and clues left by her fey grandfather, Tallis eventually comes to Lavondyss itself - a realm unlike anything she could have foreseen... fantasy,fiction,literature and fiction,science fiction and fantasy Fantasy, William Morrow & Co

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