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Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2003 01:39:33 +1000
From: Che Monro 
Subject: (urth) The White Goddess

  ...For [the poet] there is no other woman but Cerridwen and he desires=20
one thing above all else in the world: her love. As Blodeuwedd, she will=20
gladly give him her love, but at only one price: his life. She will exact=20
payment punctually and bloodily. Other women, other goddesses, are=20
kinder-seeming. They sell their love at a reasonable rate--sometimes a man=
may even have it for the asking. But not Cerridwen: for with her love goes=
wisdom.... (Robert Graves)

Startlingly similar to the themes of There Are Doors, of course...


Ch=E9 Franz Joseph Monro -- http://www.chemonro.com
che@chemonro.com    --     flirt@technologist.com


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