E-Book/E-Text Announcements: April 2004 Archives

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Pedro Calderon de la Barca's The Two Lovers of Heaven: Chrysanthus and Daria--a play subtitled "A story of early Christian Rome." Worth looking at.

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Surprised and delighted to find it available online here

Not a fan of G.K. Chesterton's poetry, but for those who are The Wild Night and Other Poems

Flaubert's Trois Contes including the remarkable "Un Coeur Simple" and " La Légende de St. Julien L'Hosptialier"

A lesser known Weinbaum story "Valley of Dreams"

Johnson's Essays from The Adventurer and The Idler

This link contains selections of the Red Book of Hergest and the Black Book of Caermaerthen (or sometimes spelled Caer Myrddin) as well as the book of Taliessin and Aneurin. Thus the four so-called Ancient Books of Wales. See Charles Williams The Arthurian Torso for more exposition.

And here Lady Guest's translation of The Mabinogion including some of the earliest known Welsh sources for the Arthurian legend.

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you can't beat W. Scott-Eliot's The Lost Lemuria. Enjoy this delightfully bizarre telling of the Atlantis-like continent that occupied the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Very nice. Hope we Velikovsky next.

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Riches Found While Searching


While looking for references in the previous posts I found a number of interesting sites:

19th Century French Literature

Athena:Authors and Texts in French This latter having the works of Chretien de Troyes, Pascal, and many, many others.


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The Way of the Cross

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Robert Hugh Benson


Dawn of All is available as e-text. When will we finally see Come Rack, Come Rope ?

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Charles Williams E-books

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The least known and unjustly neglected member of the inklings available as e-text.

My very favorite (an apparently a favorite of T.S. Eliot) All Hallow's Eve

Descent into Hell

Many Dimensions

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