Eanthe - A Tale of the Druids and Other Poems Sandford Earle Author
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First published in1830, this volume contains a collection of poems written by Sandford Earle including Eanthe - A Tale of the Druids, a poem whose narrative takes place soon after the introduction of Christianity into Britain and which includes a framework composed of three of the principal ceremonies of the Druids. Contents include: Eanthe, Canto First, Canto Second, Canto Third, Miscellaneous Poems, The Valley of Dry Bones, Mackinnon, The Lonely Portrait, When on that Pale, Cold Face I Look, Thy Golden Shields are Melted, Saul and the Prophet, Early Love, The Light of the Eye, etc. This vintage book will appeal to poetry lovers and those with an interest in ancient English history in particular. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with the original text and artwork.


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