9 edition of On the Study of Celtic Literature and Other Essays found in the catalog.
On the Study of Celtic Literature and Other Essays
May 2, 1976
Written in English
|Contributions||Ernest Rhys (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
THE CELTIC ELEMENT IN LITERATURE () I. ERNEST RENAN described what he held to be Celtic characteristics in The Poetry of the Celtic Races. I must repeat the well-known sentences: 'No race communed so intimately as the Celtic race with the lower creation, or believed it to have so big a share of moral life.'. A comprehensive concise study guide of Christian spirituality, in space and time, its theology, Biblical and philosophical roots and history, from the early fathers to our world of modern times. This outstanding study is an enormous editorial effort, to coordinate the privileged spiritual knowledge of some sixty experts from various s: 6.
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On the study of Celtic literature --Prose miscellanies: Dante and Beatrice. Dean Stanley on the Jewish Church. Education and the state. My countrymen --Appendix A. Two articles by Lord Strangford: Mr. Arnold on Celtic literature. Celtic at Oxford --Appendix B. Two passages from Nash's "Taliesin": The Welsh bards and druids.
Two articles by Lord Strangford: I. Arnold on Celtic literature. Celtic at OxfordAppendix B. Two passages from Nash's "Taliesin": I. The Welsh bards and Druids. The mythological poems. Series Title: Everyman's library.
Other Titles: Study of Celtic literature and other essays. Responsibility: by Matthew Arnold. Introduction [by Ernest Rhys]--On the study of Celtic literatureProse miscellanies: Dante and Beatrice. Dean Stanley on the Jewish church.
Education and the state. My countrymenAppendix: A. Two articles by Lord Strangford: Mr. Arnold on Celtic literature. Celtic at Oxford. Two passages from Nash's "Taliesin": The Welsh bards and druids. IntroductionOn the study of Celtic literatureProse miscellanies: Dante and Beatrice; Dean Stanley on the Jewish church; Education and the state; My countrymenAppendix A.
Two articles by Lord Strangford: I. Arnold on Celtic literature. Celtic at OxfordAppendix B. Two passages from Nash's "Taliesin": I. The Welsh bards and.
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