VISITANT EVE

Only the Free-hearted can Appreciate the Marvel of this Nonpareil Love

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Publisher Description

VISITANT EVE all saffron hued in a delightful Taoist sunshine is a uniquely innovative work; a work of spirituality, philosophy, and romance having distinct Jewish, Christian, and Islamic associations. And save for the dream ‘Right to live’ which was written in June 2013, the work dates from December 2009 to August 2010. The charming interwoven love story is an adaptation of Scottish poet Andrew Lang’s beautiful 1887 translation of the 12th century French work, Aucassin et Nicolete. Many of his lovely arcane words and phrases have been retained both for their meaning and lyrical effect.
At a time when the world is felt to be greatly in need of some genuine moral courage, does this succinct work admirably go someways towards an attempted response to that need.
While the author of this beautiful work; this lyrical philosopher; this nuptial hermit of the lovely isle of Éire (Ireland) may be said on one level to be writing for his own time, his main focus however is on creating a worthy cache of philosophical literature for future generations. His position being, that whether or not a body of work had been published by a traditional publishing house or by the author won’t really be a very important consideration in two, to three, to five hundred years. What will be of greatest relevance and significance will be that it has somehow wondrously managed to reach to their time, and that through it they will be able to get a glimpse of how one particular author viewed himself, life, and the universe from the platform of his own day, namely that of the early 21st century.
In his view, it is all about being generously mindful of those coming after; of leaving a quality record for those thirsty seekers of knowledge, wisdom, and inspiration of future ages who will treasure, delight, and appreciate that we of the yonder yore were thinking of them, and wanted to communicate with them. {Cover artwork: ‘Badende Nymphe’ Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885)}

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2013
June 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
170
Pages
PUBLISHER
Richard Mc Sweeney
SELLER
Richard Mc Sweeney
SIZE
210.2
KB

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