The White Goddess: A Historical Grammar of Poetic Myth
"The White Goddess" is perhaps the finest of Robert Graves's works on the psychological and mythological sources of poetry. In this tapestry of poetic and religious scholarship, Graves explores the stories behind the earliest of European deities-- the White Goddess of Birth, Love, and Death-- who was worshipped under countless titles. He also uncovers the obscure and mysterious power of "pure poetry" and its peculiar and mythic language.
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I propose a commiseration society for those who cannot not read this book. I am on my more than 10th reading and, delusionally I suppose, I think it is both important and impossible. firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm not kidding, really. it's a fools task I suppose. The Nazarene Gospel was cake, compared to this.
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Almost complete bunk, but occasionally interesting/entertaining bunk. More like an intertwining of speculation and wishful thinking/fantasy than real scholarship about Celtic mythology/theology. Read full review
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