A fire in the mind: the life of Joseph Campbell
Joseph Campbell sought to distill the essence of the world's religions and mythologies and find their common truths. In doing so, he lived his life with all the courage, passion, and vitality of the mythic heroes he studied. The Larsens--who knew Campbell for over 25 years--provide an intimate and fascinating account of this great teacher, writer, and man. Photographs.
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