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WHO WERE THE HISTORICAL VIKINGS?

WHO WERE THE HISTORICAL VIKINGS? The prow of the Oseberg ship in the Viking Ship Museum in Olso, Norway (photo by Grzegorz Wysocki) Many hu…

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LOKI BOUND

LOKI BOUND “Loki” by Mårten Eskil Winge (1890) Loki had always been more of a burden than a help to the other gods and goddesses. But after…

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GODS AND CREATURES

GODS AND CREATURES Norse mythology is populated by a fascinating variety of beings. For the pre-Christian Norse and other Germanic peoples,…

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History of Porridge

Porridge_in_black_bow Porridge has been part of the great British breakfast for thousands of years, and it’s easy to see why. A bowl of the…

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Creation as Ongoing and Participatory

Creation as Ongoing and Participatory In the view of Aristotle and the authors of Genesis, creation was an event that happened only once at…

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a celtic childrens story

Fair, Brown and Trembling By Joseph Jacobs Text size: A- A A+ King Hugh Curucha lived in Tir Conal, and he had three daughters, whose names…

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THE CREATION OF THE COSMOS

THE CREATION OF THE COSMOS Ymir being slain by Odin and his brothers (Lorenz Frølich) The Norse creation myth or cosmogony (a view on the o…

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A Child’s Christmas in Wales

A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas This is a delightful lyrical tale by Dylan Thomas about cats and uncles and memories of his pa…

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A Christmas Childhood

A Christmas Childhood by Patrick Kavanagh From Norway in 1986 to Dublin in the 1950s when Patrick Kavanagh wrote A Christmas Childhood. The…

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The Corrections

The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen George Eliot believed that “art is the nearest thing to life; it is a mode of amplifying experience and…

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