Ardath (1925): The Story of a Dead Self

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Kessinger Publishing, 1996 - Fiction - 612 pages
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1925. Mystical Romance from Corelli. Partial Contents: Saint and Skeptic; The Monastery; A Mystic Tryst; God's Maiden Edrsis; The Marvelous City; A Poet's Palace; The Prophet of Doom; A Virgin Unshrined; The Love that Kills; The Passage of the Tombs; The Crimson River; The Fall of the Obelisk; The Priest of Zel; The Temple of Nagaya; The Sacrifice; The Cup of Wrath; Sunrise; Fresh Laurels; One Against Many; The Wizard of the Bow; In the Cathedral.

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Beautiful tale of an uninspired Poet, Theos Alwyn, who finds out more about himself than most ever do in their life. In the first section Theos travels to a mountain monastery to meet with Heliobas ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Marie Corelli, pen-name of Mary Mackay 1855-1924
Peter Keating is currently a freelance writer. He was a Reader in English Literature at Edinburgh University and he lives in Edinburgh.

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