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The Wolf and the Raven (PDF) By Diana L. Paxson
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It is the fifth century, and the Germanic tribes are pushing westward toward the world of Rome. In the forest of the Teutons, Sigfrid works at the forge and runs with the wolves. In the Taunus... More > mountains, Brunhild trains with the Walkyriun, the witch-warriors who serve the tribes. Both find a father in Wodan, the ambiguous god of magic and madness who is guiding the tribes into a new world. Wodan helps Sigfrid forge a legendary sword and become a hero. With his guidance, Brunhild becomes a raven priestess. But Sigfrid’s first great deed leaves him without a family, and when Brunhild obeys the god instead of her superiors, she is cast out. Their only hope of happiness lies together, but more than their own lives will be changed when the wolf and the raven fall in love . . .< Less
The Wolf and the Raven By Diana L. Paxson
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It is the fifth century, and the Germanic tribes are pushing westward toward the world of Rome. In the forest of the Teutons, Sigfrid works at the forge and runs with the wolves. In the Taunus... More > mountains, Brunhild trains with the Walkyriun, the witch-warriors who serve the tribes. Both find a father in Wodan, the ambiguous god of magic and madness who is guiding the tribes into a new world. Wodan helps Sigfrid forge a legendary sword and become a hero. With his guidance, Brunhild becomes a raven priestess. But Sigfrid’s first great deed leaves him without a family, and when Brunhild obeys the god instead of her superiors, she is cast out. Their only hope of happiness lies together, but more than their own lives will be changed when the wolf and the raven fall in love . . .< Less
Teutonic Myth & Legend By Donald McKenzie
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Hother and Balder The Traditional Hamlet Hamlet's Storm-mill Land of the Not-dead and many Marvels The Doom of the Volsungs How Sigmund was Avenged Helgi Hundingsbane Sigurd the Dragon... More > Slayer Brynhild and Gudrun The Last of the Volsungs Gudrun's Vengeance Siegfried and the Nibelungs The Promise of Kriemhild How Brunhild and Kriemhild were won The Betrayal of Siegfried The Nibelungen Tragedy Dietrich of Bern The Land of Giants The Wonderful Rose Garden Virginal, Queen of the Mountains Dietrich in Exile The King's Homecoming< Less
Teutonic Myth & Legend By Donald McKenzie
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Hother and Balder The Traditional Hamlet Hamlet's Storm-mill Land of the Not-dead and many Marvels The Doom of the Volsungs How Sigmund was Avenged Helgi Hundingsbane Sigurd the Dragon... More > Slayer Brynhild and Gudrun The Last of the Volsungs Gudrun's Vengeance Siegfried and the Nibelungs The Promise of Kriemhild How Brunhild and Kriemhild were won The Betrayal of Siegfried The Nibelungen Tragedy Dietrich of Bern The Land of Giants The Wonderful Rose Garden Virginal, Queen of the Mountains Dietrich in Exile The King's Homecoming< Less
Edward Burne-Jones: 200 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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"I mean by a picture a beautiful, romantic dream of something that never was, never will be - in a light better than any light that ever shone - in a land no one can define or remember, only... More > desire - and the forms divinely beautiful - and then I wake up, with the waking of Brynhild." Sir Edward Burne-Jones was the greatest painter of the second generation Pre-Raphaelites.He considered that art should be valued as an object of beauty engendering a sensual response, rather than for the story or moral implicit in the subject matter. In many ways this was antithetical to the ideals of Ruskin and the early Pre-Raphaelites. The earth, the sky, the rocks, the trees, the men and women of Burne-Jones are not those of this world; but they are themselves a world, consistent with itself, and having therefore its own reality.< Less
Edward Burne-Jones: 198 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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Sir Edward Burne-Jones was the greatest painter of the second generation Pre-Raphaelites. His aim in art is best given in some of his own words, written to a friend: "I mean by a picture a... More > beautiful, romantic dream of something that never was, never will be - in a light better than any light that ever shone - in a land no one can define or remember, only desire - and the forms divinely beautiful - and then I wake up, with the waking of Brynhild." He considered that art should be valued as an object of beauty engendering a sensual response, rather than for the story or moral implicit in the subject matter. In many ways this was antithetical to the ideals of Ruskin and the early Pre-Raphaelites. The earth, the sky, the rocks, the trees, the men and women of Burne-Jones are not those of this world; but they are themselves a world, consistent with itself, and having therefore its own reality.< Less
Edward Burne-Jones: Drawings, Pastels, Watercolours By Daniel Coenn
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Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones was a British painter and designer closely associated with the later phase of the Pre-Raphaelite movement. He considered that art should be valued as an object of beauty... More > provoking a sensual response, rather than for the story or moral. In many ways this was opposing to the ideals of Ruskin and the early Pre-Raphaelites. In his pictures, there is the lack of realism; the earth, the sky, the rocks, the trees, the men and women of Burne-Jones are not those of this world; but they are themselves a world, consistent with itself, and having therefore its own reality. His credo for art was: "I mean by a picture a beautiful, romantic dream of something that never was, never will be - in a light better than any light that ever shone - in a land no one can define or remember, only desire - and the forms divinely beautiful - and then I wake up, with the waking of Brynhild."< Less