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18 Works 113 Membros 3 Reviews

Obras de Kevan Manwaring

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Conhecimento Comum

Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
UK

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Landscape and its dreams and meanings shape the awakening of Maud as she struggles to understand the part of her husband's life denied when he lived. As she opens the doors of her past, doors open for her future, and love transforms as much as accepting that barriers and boundaries between the worlds are more fluid then we think if only we see.

I know the author as I attend the Bath story circle and his gentle nature and passion for the lanscape shines through his book. Enjoy and dream
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ablueidol | Nov 10, 2006 |
One to read if its performance tips you are after. As the author says...I believe in the power of words to transform, heal and inspire. It is immensely satisfying to communicate what one believes in an eloquent and entertaining way. Taking an audience on a magical journey, creating an enchanting atmosphere, making sacred the air – this is the joy of being a Bard. I love helping people express themselves, hone their talent and shine. I wish there had been a book like this when I started out (it would have improved my learning curve dramatically!) but I think The Bardic Handbook will make the road easier for you. Allow me to share my 15 plus years of experience and expertise, so that you do not have to reinvent the wheel, hit dead-ends or learn the harder way.To summarise: the overall aim of this book is to empower people to find and use their true voice for the good of all. Its objectives are to:

• offer initiation for the budding Bard
• provide a practical 12 month training programme
• teach the art of storytelling
• teach techniques of poetic inspiration, composition and performance
• develop the power of the memory
• widen understanding of Awen
• develop awareness of the Bardic Tradition
• explore what it means to be a Bard in the 21st Century
• provide resources, such as a reading list, contacts, etc.
• connect with the wider community
• encourage respect for diverse global traditions and cultures
• foster 'mythic literacy' and an understanding of mythic levels in modern life
• act as a catalyst for new Bardic circles and the re-establishing of Bardic Chairs

I have worked with the author and tasted an introduction to his vision and "project". This book helps you to have a clear basis for your storytelling as it does for me
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ablueidol | Nov 5, 2006 |
FYI Review - This anthology includes the following:
-History of a Six Weeks' Tour (extract) (1817) by Mary Shelley
-The Lightning-Rod Man (1854) by Herman Melville
-A Descent Into the Maelstrom (1841) by Edgar Allan Poe
-The Great Snow (1876) by Richard Jefferies
-The Horror-Horn (1923) by E.F. Benson
-May Day Eve (1907) by Algernon Blackwood
-August Heat (1910) by W.F. Harvey
-A Mild Attack of Locusts (1955) by Doris Lessing
-Through the Vortex of a Cyclone (1907) by William Hope Hodgson
-The Wind-Gnome (1893) by Jonas Lie
-Summer Snow Storm (1956) by Adam Chase
-The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes (1950) by Margaret St. Clair
-Monsoons of Death (1942) by Gerald Vance
-The Purple Cloud (extract) (1901) by M.P. Shiel
-The Birds (1952) by Daphne du Maurier
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Lemeritus | Feb 13, 2024 |

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Algernon Blackwood Contributor
M. P. Shiel Contributor
Richard Jefferies Contributor
Adam Chase Contributor
Daphne Du Maurier Contributor
W. F. Harvey Contributor
Mary Shelley Contributor
Jonas Lie Contributor
Margaret St. Clair Contributor
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Estatísticas

Obras
18
Membros
113
Popularidade
#173,161
Avaliação
½ 3.4
Resenhas
3
ISBNs
25

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