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The Celtic twilight :myth, fantasy and folklore

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lliam Butler Yeats was a poet, a mystic, an initiate of the Golden Dawn — arguably the most influential esoteric order in the Western magical tradition. In The Celtic Twilight, he returns to his roots in Irish folklore to call up a dazzling array of sorcerers, faeries, ghosts, and nature spirits. The result is an enchanting tribute to the visionary heart of Irish folk tradition — and the memory of the poet who would not let it die.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781853270291
Subtitle:
and a selection of early poems
Publisher:
Prism Press ;
Location:
Bridport, Dorset :
Subject:
Folklore
Subject:
Tales
Subject:
Folklore -- Ireland.
Publication Date:
1990
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
121 p.

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The Celtic twilight :myth, fantasy and folklore
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Product details 121 p. pages Prism Press ;Garden City Park, New York :Distributed in the USA by Avery Pub. Gr - English 9781853270291 Reviews:
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