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Orwen and Sabina

Anne Ahern Getty

Orwen and Sabina

A Historical Novel of Sixteenth Century Ireland

by Anne Ahern Getty

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Published by Vantage Press in New York .
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StatementAnne Ahern Getty.
The Physical Object
Pagination290p.
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18316802M

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Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover, 1 Jan. "Please retry" 5/5(1). The book describes how Sabina and her family escaped the ghetto of Piotrkow, Poland right before the Germans liquidated it in The family split up so it would be easier to survive. Only a few people would help the girls, and after a while of literally hiding in the open, they decided to volunteer for forced labor in Germany/5(9).

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Accompanying essays and poems include an introduction to "The Life of María Sabina" by Estrada, an early description of a nighttime "mushroom velada" by the ethnomycologist R. Gordon Wasson, an essay by Henry Munn relating the language of Sabina's chants to those of other Mazatec shamans, and more.

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Orddu, Orwen, and Orgoch are fictional characters in Lloyd Alexander's Chronicles of Prydain series. They are three witches who live alone in the Marshes of gh their identities are apparently fluid and interchangeable, each persona has a distinctive appearance: Orwen wears a necklace of milky stones, Orddu's hair is adorned with many ornaments, and Orgoch's face is shadowed by a.

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Her healing Sacred Mushroom Ceremonies (called Veladas) were based on the use of psilocybin mushrooms, such as Psilocybe cyanescens Known for introducing the western world to modern day Sacred or Entheogenic mushrooms.

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As the British Council celebrates Mexican literature at the London Book Fair, author Chloe Aridjis writes about María Sabina, who had a lasting influence on the country's literature. She spent her entire life in a small Mazatec village up in the mountains of Oaxaca and worked the. Accompanying essays and poems include an introduction to "The Life of María Sabina" by Estrada, an early description of a nighttime "mushroom velada" by the ethnomycologist R.

Gordon Wasson, an essay by Henry Munn relating the language of Sabina's chants to those of other Mazatec shamans, and   "Maria Sabina's "Selected Works introduces and enhances the understanding of one of the world's most remarkable poets.

Rothenberg frames her work within the larger context of 'ethnopoetics' with no academic reductionism whatsoever, a rare and indispensable service to a 'world poet' such as Maria Sabina/5(51).

The book traces the poetry of Sabina Spielrein’s writing through both its content and style, examining the effect of these writings upon psychoanalysis and inserting them into a lineage of what Lacan would later call the passe: a device that is open for the analysand to finish his or her analysis and accede to the place of psychoanalyst.

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