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What the bee knows : reflections on myth, symbol, and story

Author: P L Travers
Publisher: London ; New York : Arkana, Penguin Books, 1993.
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A collection of essays, stories and reminiscences on the themes of folklore and myth. It includes examples from many diverse folklore traditions from throughout the world, ranging from Hindu creation  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P L Travers
ISBN: 0140194665 9780140194661
OCLC Number: 30895141
Notes: Essays and stories; many previously published.
Description: 303 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: The world of the hero Two pairs of shoes Fear no more the heat of the sun The legacy of the Ancestors If she's not gone, she lives there still Letter to a learned Astrologer The youngest brother The primary world Five women What the bee knows The seventh day Where will all the stories go? Speak, Lord Name and no name Leda's lament Walking the Maze at Chatres What Aileth Thee? Re-storying the adult The hanged man Miss Quigley The Way back Sip no soup and bite no bit Lucifer Now, Farewell and hail On unknowing The garment Out from Eden Le chevalier Perdu Lively Oracles The unsleeping Eye: A Fairy 0 Children of this World! On Forgiving oneself Zen Moments The Interviewer Well, Shoot Me! Monte Perdido And Endless Story The Black Sheep A Radical Innocence The Death of AE.. Irish Hero and Mystic Grimm's Women Christmas Song For a Child About the Sleeping Beauty The Shortest Stories in the World Admit One Only Connect
Responsibility: P.L. Travers.


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