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Please observe, this can be varied than "The Izu Dancer and different Stories"; not just is it a unique translation, yet this anthology consists in simple terms of reports through Kawabata, whereas the opposite comprises writings of Inoue as well.
This anthology involves tales Kawabata wrote among 1923 and 1929. those tales are available in a separate translation within the "Palm-Of-Hand" tales that I uploaded to the tracker. regardless of being such early works, they express an profession with good looks, reminiscence, and wish (both fulfilled and unfulfilled).
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1:5. C. 6:10. : See Cus. 7; Med. 1:2. : See Cus. 7:2. r : See Med. 1:11. C. 6:3-5. C. 5:12. C. C. 1:7; 2:11. C. 4:4. w : See Cus. 4:3. x : See Cus. 9:1-5; 10:1-5; 11:1-3. C. 4:2, 11. C. 4:1. C. 4:11. C. 2:5. 4:5. j : See Med. 7:4. k : See Cus. 6:7; Med. 4:12. l : See Cus. 4:16. 35 36 THE BOOKS OF THE APOCRYPHA (COMBINED AND EXPANDED) DEDICATION To Jan Johnson The first Reformed Druid to write an epistle. DRYNEMETUM PRESS BABABABABABABABABABABABABABAB PART TWO New Stuff: New Introduction Why were Two Separate Apocryphas Printed?
The Blue Book was a binder of such past materials and it was passed from one Carleton Arch-Druid to their successors. Unfortunately, the Arch-Druids of the other groves did not have access to this mini-Archive, so Isaac put together “The Druid Chronicles (Evolved)”, abbreviated as DC(E), to act as a Blue Book for other Groves. Not knowing where to put the letters into DC(E), Isaac borrowed Carleton’s idea of an “Apocrypha”, itself taken from the Christian bible making tradition. The term “Apocrypha”, defined as being “unofficial accretion”, seems to fit well, except that there are no “official” materials” onto which they can accrete.
The Customs of the Druids Most of the ordination procedures are of Fisher’s origin. The Founders and Frangquist looked up the Celtic holidays from standard books on ancient Druids in the library. There is no compulsion to honor the holidays, of which the equinoxes are noticeably absent. An interesting dinosaur is found in chapter eight, where the election procedures of the Higher Orders are outlined. The most disputed verses 8:13-15, have long been a sore point of Reformed Druidism, and the battles to remove them are amply discussed in the History of Reformed Druids.
A Reformed Druid Anthology (Illustrated) by Michael Scharding