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The Crock of Gold - James Stephens; Illustrated by Thomas Mackenzie

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Product description

The Crock of Gold - James Stephens

With twelve illustrations in colour and decorative headings and tailpieces by Thomas Mackenzie

Macmillan 1926

In good condition; burgundy cloth boards; gilt edged pages; clean pages and illustrations.

An interestingly illustrated book (Arthur Rackham was to illustrate the book but died before he could). This is a book "philosophy, Irish folklore and the "battle of the sexes", it consists of six books, Book 1 – The Coming of Pan, Book 2 – The Philosophers Journey, Book 3 – The Two Gods, Book 4 – The Philosophers Return, Book 5 – The Policemen, Book 6 – The Thin Woman's Journey, that rotate around a philosopher and his quest to find the most beautiful woman in the world, Cáitilin Ni Murrachu, daughter of a remote mountain farm, and deliver her from the gods Pan and Aengus Óg, while himself going through a catharsis."

Item details

Author(s):
Stephens, James; Mackenzie, Thomas
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1926
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
227

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The Crock of Gold - James Stephens

With twelve illustrations in colour and decorative headings and tailpieces by Thomas Mackenzie

Macmillan 1926

In good condition; burgundy cloth boards; gilt edged pages; clean pages and illustrations.

An interestingly illustrated book (Arthur Rackham was to illustrate the book but died before he could). This is a book "philosophy, Irish folklore and the "battle of the sexes", it consists of six books, Book 1 – The Coming of Pan, Book 2 – The Philosophers Journey, Book 3 – The Two Gods, Book 4 – The Philosophers Return, Book 5 – The Policemen, Book 6 – The Thin Woman's Journey, that rotate around a philosopher and his quest to find the most beautiful woman in the world, Cáitilin Ni Murrachu, daughter of a remote mountain farm, and deliver her from the gods Pan and Aengus Óg, while himself going through a catharsis."

Author(s):
Stephens, James; Mackenzie, Thomas
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1926
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
227

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