Witches, Druids and King Arthur
In this book, Ronald Hutton brings his wealth of unusual knowledge on Paganism, myth, and ritual to the reader. Hutton is known for having a deep and sympathetic understanding of past and present beliefs that are often dismissed, and an ability to write lucidly and wittily. "Witches, Druids, and King Arthur has a unique and accessible flavor and covers elegantly and entertainingly a wide range of beliefs, myths and practices and their place in history.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - PirateJenny - LibraryThing
I know, it's shocking I'd read a book with this title. Nobody ever would have guessed. I quite enjoyed it. A collection of essays ranging from King Arthur to paganism in late antiquity to Lewis and ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gercmbyrne - LibraryThing
One of Professor Hutton's more scatalogical books, this boasts a range of essays touching on subjects as diverse as Lewis and Tolkien's differing approaches to classical paganism in their respective ... Read full review