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Faery fruit

Faery fruit

stories retold to a child, from Fairytale, chiefly French

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Published by Emton Press in Dublin .
Written in English


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Statementby th author of "A child"s chaplet of stories retold from Greek mythology".
The Physical Object
Pagination11p. ;
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18197096M

But that proud Paynim forward came so fierce, And full of wrath, Faery fruit book with his sharp-head speare Through vainely crossed shield he quite did pierce, And had his staggering steede not shrunke for feare, Through shield and bodie eke he should him beare: Yet so great was the puissance of his push, That from his saddle quite he Faery fruit book him beare: He tombling rudely downe to ground did rush, And from his gored wound a well of bloud did gush. By cataloguing rural stories, anecdotes and theories about the faeries, just before WWI tore apart many of the traditional ways of life, and by doing it in such an open-minded and empathetic manner, he has left us with a rare treasure mine of Celtic faerie data. Book IV, despite its title "The Legend of Cambell and Telamond or Of Friendship", Cambell's companion in Book IV is actually named Triamond, and the plot does not center on their friendship; the two men appear only briefly in the story. Diminutive fairies of various kinds have been reported through centuries, ranging from quite tiny to the size of a human child. As the opposite of Una, she represents the "false" religion of the Roman Catholic Church. No more he spake, But thitherward forthright his ready way did make.

And after him she Faery fruit book with so much speede As her slow beast could make; but all in vaine: For him so far had borne his light-foot steede, Pricked with wrath and fiery fierce disdaine, That him to follow was but Faery fruit book paine; Yet she her weary limbes would neuer rest, But euery hill and dale, each wood and plaine Did search, sore grieued in her gentle brest, He so vngently left her, whom she loued best. He answered, that he would try it streight, So he the words into his ballaunce threw, But streight the winged words out of his ballaunce flew. He prickt with pride And hope to winne his Ladies heart that day, Forth spurred fast: adowne his coursers side The red bloud trickling staind the way, as he did ride. Who thereat wondrous wroth, the sleeping spark Of natiue vertue gan eftsoones reuiue, And at his haughtie helmet making mark, So hugely stroke, that it the steele did riue, And cleft his head.

Then groning deepe, Nor damned Ghost, quoth he, Nor guilefull sprite, to thee these wordes doth speake, But once a man Fradubio, now a Faery fruit book, Wretched man, wretched tree; whose nature weake, A cruell witch her cursed will to wreake, Hath thus transformd, and plast in open plaines, Where Boreas doth blow full bitter bleake, And scorching Sunne does dry my secret vaines: Faery fruit book though a tree I seeme, yet cold and heat me paines. Therefore resoluing to reuenge his blood, They rose in armes, and all in battell order stood. Helpe then, O holy Virgin chiefe of nine, Thy weaker Nouice to performe thy will, Lay forth out of thine euerlasting scryne The antique rolles, which there lye hidden still, Of Faerie knights and fairest Tanaquill, Whom that most noble Briton Prince so long Sought through the world, and suffered so much ill, That I must rue his vndeserued wrong: O helpe thou my weake wit, and sharpen my dull tong. Thensforth I tooke Duessa for my Dame, And in the witch vnweeting ioyd long time, Ne euer wist, but that she was the same, Till on a day that day is euery Prime, When Witches wont do penance for their crime I chaunst to see her in her proper hew, Bathing her selfe in origane and thyme: A filthy foule old woman I did vew, That euer to haue toucht her, I did deadly rew. But he the right from thence did thrust away, For it was not the right, which he did seeke; But rather stroue extremities to way, Th'one to diminish, th'other for to eeke.


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The basic premise is that the shamans of these stone age cultures transported themselves into altered states of consciousness and then painted the results of their experiences — experiences that frequently included therianthropic beings that coincide with descriptions of faeries in the historic period.

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Yeats for examples. Satyrane, a wild half-satyr man raised in the wild and the epitome of natural human potential.

Interpreting the Faeries

Through their ancestor, Owen Tudorthe Tudors had Welsh blood, through which they claimed to be descendants of Arthur and rightful rulers of Britain.

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Vpon a great aduenture he was bond, That greatest Gloriana to him gaue, That greatest Glorious Queene of Faerie lond, To Faery fruit book him worship, and her grace Faery fruit book haue, Which of all earthly things he most did craue; And euer as he rode, his hart did earne To proue his puissance in battell braue Vpon his foe, and his new force to learne; Vpon his foe, a Dragon horrible and stearne.

Ten Red Fruits by Pat Hutchins 3. Full fast she fled, ne euer lookt behynd, As if her life vpon the wager lay, And home she came, whereas her mother blynd Sate in eternall night: nought could she say, But suddaine catching hold, did her dismay With quaking hands, and other signs of feare: Who full of ghastly fright and cold affray, Gan shut the dore.

He suggests the aliens and the faeries are essentially the same phenomenon, tuned through the cultural receptors of the time and then interpreted accordingly.

But Artegall was better breath'd beside, And towards th'end, grew greater in his might, That his faint foe no longer could abide His puissance, ne beare him selfe vpright, But from the water to the land betooke his flight. Die is my dew: yet rew my wretched state You, whom my hard auenging destinie Hath made iudge of my life or death indifferently.

Publisher: Llewellyn Publications. Who all that piteous storie, which befell About that wofull couple, which were slaine, And their young bloodie babe to him gan tell; With whom whiles he did in the wood remaine, His horse purloyned was by subtill traine: For which he chalenged the thiefe to fight.

Therefore the vulgar did about him flocke, And cluster thicke vnto his leasings vaine, Like foolish flies about an hony crocke, In hope by him great benefite to gaine, And vncontrolled freedome to obtaine. Soone as she parted thence, the fearefull twaine, That blind old woman and her daughter deare Came forth, and finding Kirkrapine there slaine, For anguish great they gan to rend their heare, And beat their brests, and naked flesh to teare.

After battling Cambell, Triamond marries Cambell's sister, Canacee. Cambina, daughter of Agape and sister to Priamond, Diamond, and Triamond. That when he heard, in great perplexitie, His gall did grate for griefe and high disdaine, And knitting all his force got one hand free, Wherewith he grypt her gorge with so great paine, That soone to loose her wicked bands did her constraine.

And more, to lulle him in his slumber soft, A trickling streame from high rocke tumbling downe And euer-drizling raine vpon the loft, Mixt with a murmuring winde, much like the sowne Of swarming Bees, did cast him in a swowne: No other noyse, nor peoples troublous cryes, As still are wont t'annoy the walled towne, Might there be heard: but carelesse Quiet lyes, Wrapt in eternall silence farre from enemyes.

At that point, she sees where she is; one midwife realizes that she was not attending a great lady in a fine house but her own runaway maid-servant in a wretched cave.

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