Within the hollow hills: an anthology of new Celtic writing

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John Matthews
Floris Books, 1994 - Fiction - 335 pages
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The ancient skills of story-telling live on in the work of modern writers such as Rosemary Sutcliff, James Branch Cabell, Margaret Elphinstone, and Caitlin Matthews. The writings of these visionaries show a remarkable continuity with their bardic predecessors and will appeal to all those who are fascinated by the colourful and mysterious world of the Celts.This anthology contains stories from some of the best known authors in the field. Seven of the stories are new and previously unpublished. It is a companion to John Matthews' previous collection From the Isles of Dream.

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John Matthews has spent 30 years studying the traditions of the Celts and is an internationally acknowledged authority on the Arthurian and Grail legends. His many books include "The Encyclopaedia of Celtic Wisdom, The Celtic Shaman," and "The Grail: Quest for Eternal Life," He teaches throughout Europe and America and currently resides in England.

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