essentially a private mythology, and it's the intensity and the subjectivity that can make readers uncomfortable if not dismissive. «Wicca After Starhawk» external link (1995) Murray, Margaret. «Beliefs and Customs of Wicca» (1983) external link (originally posted to the Earth-Rite BBS). Modern Classics Complete Poems (Penguin Modern Classics).
Robert Graves and the White Goddess. Graves was burrowing down in an attempt to explain to himself where the poems came from and how the poet should live.
The Witches Goddess (1987) Fitch,. Robert Graves Reads from His Poetry and the White Goddess, the White Goddess, the White Goddess: A Historical Grammar of Poetic Myth by Robert Graves. Ml de Gourmont, Remy. O'Prey's last paragraph continues: 'Of all the twentieth century's strategies to regenerate English is was the most idiosyncratic and even the most radical as well as curiously the most convincing, because it addresses not stylistics or rhetoric (like most other such strategies) but the moral. That can make Graves a very uncomfortable writer to deal with. Tree: The Complete Book of Saxon Witchcraft (1974) Buckland, Raymond.
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