The Celtic Quest in Art and Literature

The Celtic Quest in Art and Literature A selection of poetry fables fairy tales folk lore and song lyrics dating from pagan times to the present day which focus on the Celtic spirit The works are separated into three sections isolatin

  • Title: The Celtic Quest in Art and Literature
  • Author: Jane Lahr
  • ISBN: 9780941807234
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A selection of poetry, fables, fairy tales, folk lore, and song lyrics dating from pagan times to the present day which focus on the Celtic spirit The works are separated into three sections, isolating the Celtic relationship with the natural world, chronicling Celtic heroes, and exploring the magic and shamanistic aspects of Celtic belief.

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    495 thoughts on “The Celtic Quest in Art and Literature”

    1. "Time held me green and dying though I sand in my chains like the sea."Beautiful images and artwork, accompanied by the perfect pairing of literature, whether story or poetry. A beautiful edition to any coffee table.


    2. This gorgeous coffee table book is filled with paintings, landscape photographs, poetry and stories depicting Celtic lands, beliefs and literature over many centuries. Readers can dip into it at random and be enchanted by heroes and magic, courtship and combat, grit and glory. I especially liked the romantic-era paintings and some of the fanciful stories.


    3. Beautiful tales, poems, and paintings are included in this anthology. I like the wide gamut of choices from 12th century to modern times. Several of the selections, however, are more for the academic rather than the interested, educated reader.


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