The Sin Eater, the Washer of the Ford and Other Legendary Moralities

The Sin Eater the Washer of the Ford and Other Legendary Moralities An edition combining The Sin Eater and The Washer of the Ford with four added tales not in the first editions including the remarkable weird fantasy Ahaz the Pale about an warrior This omnib

  • Title: The Sin Eater, the Washer of the Ford and Other Legendary Moralities
  • Author: Fiona MacLeod
  • ISBN: 9781410106124
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • An edition combining The Sin Eater 1895 and The Washer of the Ford 1896 with four added tales not in the first editions including the remarkable weird fantasy Ahaz the Pale about an warrior This omnibus includes some of the best Macleod weird tales The Washer of the Ford is a winnower of souls The Harping of Cravetheen is one of the most grotesque herAn edition combining The Sin Eater 1895 and The Washer of the Ford 1896 with four added tales not in the first editions including the remarkable weird fantasy Ahaz the Pale about an warrior This omnibus includes some of the best Macleod weird tales The Washer of the Ford is a winnower of souls The Harping of Cravetheen is one of the most grotesque heroic fantasies ever written The Dan nan ron regards the musical power to control the moods will of others Green Branches is a tale of a murdered brother s ghostly return Sin Eater regards Celtic magic and many other great tales A Scottish poet and man of letters, William Sharp 1855 1905 wrote a series of well regarded novels representative of the Celtic Twilight school popularized by William Butler Yeats under the nom de plume Fiona Macleod, a pseudonym that Sharp never publicly acknowledged Sharp even composed a fictional biography of Macleod for publication in Who s Who and exchanged correspondence with such notables as George Meredith, Robert L Stevenson, Oscar Wilde, and Dante G Rossetti, sometimes as William Sharp, and sometimes as Fiona Macleod In part two of this memoir, compiled by Sharp s wife from his diaries and letters, the story of his dual identity is made public and explained for the first time.

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      Fiona MacLeod was a pseudonym of the Scottish writer William Sharp 1855 1905



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    • William Sharpe aka Fiona Mcleod is one of the faery seers who wrote based on his experiences and on his research. This is some seriously powerful stuff and it is sublime (terrifying in its beauty).


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