3 edition of The magic of Irish nature found in the catalog.
The magic of Irish nature
Patrick V. O"Sullivan
|LC Classifications||BL980.I7 O88 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||2009379804|
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The series follows Praeger's journey across Ireland that was re-told in his book, The Way That I by: 1. Review title: Strange hybrid falls flat I picked up this strange hybrid at a book sale for a few cents and might have gotten my money's worth.
It is a pictorial book of Ireland published in with photographs which appear, from the dateable elements in the pictures, to be roughly contemporary with the publication date/5. Nature in Ireland is an indispensable reference source, containing definitive histories of Irish botany, mammalogy, entomology, fish and fisheries, geology, meteorology, ornithology, woodlands, demesnes and bogs.
These essays reclaim the study of nature as a major contribution to Irish culture and a significant field of Irish studies, drawing out the links. Buy a cheap copy of Magic Of The Celtic Otherworld: Irish book by Steve Blamires.
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Reinforcing his nature as the father-figure among the Celtic gods (especially in Gaelic Ireland), the Dagda was often represented as a rustic tunic (that barely covered his rear end) wearing plump, old man who carried an imposing magic staff/club (lorg mór) that could slay nine people with a single blow and yet resurrect the dead to life.
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