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The Death of Galahad: a poem written in English thought of as the common language of Europe.

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by Domenico Iannaco
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The Death of Galahad: a poem written in English thought of as the common language of Europe. by Domenico Iannaco

The Death of Galahad is one long poem. In it the Arthurian hero Galahad is a compromised contemporary of European man who is voyaging through Hell. His heroines, his army, his critics and his antagonists also inhabit the poem, in which the sordid and the sacred meet, the anxieties and conflicts of a failed modernity and a future ideal undergo furious trial, and the mind of a young man battles for new vision through ordeals and temptations, seeking a marriage of light and hope.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 92
Size: 451 KB
Publisher: Mica Press
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781869848118 (DRM-EPUB)

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Nonfiction > Poetry
Nonfiction > Poetry > English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
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12/04/2016
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