The First Collection Of Joseph Campbell S Writings And Lectures On The Arthurian Romances Of The Middle Ages, A Central Focus Of His Celebrated Scholarship, Edited And Introduced By Arthurian Scholar Evans Lansing Smith, PhD, The Chair Of Mythological Studies At Pacifica Graduate Institute Throughout His Life, Joseph Campbell Was Deeply Engaged In The Study Of The Grail Quests And Arthurian Legends Of The European Middle Ages In This New Volume Of The Collected Works Of Joseph Campbell, Editor Evans Lansing Smith Collects Campbell S Writings And Lectures On Arthurian Legends, Including His Never Before Published Master S Thesis On Arthurian Myth, A Study Of The Dolorous Stroke Campbell S Writing Captures The Incredible Stories Of Such Figures As Merlin, Gawain, And Guinevere As Well As The Larger Patterns And Meanings Revealed In These Myths Merlin S Death And Arthur Receiving Excalibur From The Lady Of The Lake, For Example, Are Not Just Vibrant Stories But Also Central To The Mythologist S Thinking.The Arthurian Myths Opened The World Of Comparative Mythology To Campbell, Turning His Attention To The Near And Far Eastern Roots Of Myth Calling The Arthurian Romances The World S First Secular Mythology, Campbell Found Metaphors In Them For Human Stages Of Growth, Development, And Psychology The Myths Exemplify The Kind Of Love Campbell Called Amor, In Which Individuals Become Fully Themselves Through Connection Campbell S Infectious Delight In His Discoveries Makes This Volume Essential For Anyone Intrigued By The Stories We Tell And The Stories Behind Them.
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- 304 pages
- Romance of the Grail
- Joseph Campbell
- 13 December 2019 Joseph Campbell