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The speech of the grail : a journey toward speaking that heals and transforms

By: Sussman, Linda, 1995-
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in imagination )Hudson, NY Lindisfarne Press c1995Description: xxiii, 272p.; ill.; bibliog. refsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 094026269XSubject(s): Wolfram | Parsifal (Legendary character) | Arthurian romances | Grail | Knights and knighthood in literatureLOC classification: PT1688 .S87 1995
Contents:
Foreword - Robert Sardello. Introduction. Prelude - Wolfram's beginning. 1 "Oh, where is my desire driving me?". 2 "A fool came riding along here". 3 "May your mouth become empty of the tongue within it". 4 "In reality you are me, even if our names are different". 5 "Open up!...I want to come into your heart". 6 "You will have to force your horse to a mighty leap". 7 "See how rich I am...it is myself I have vanquished". 8 "You shall be lord of the grail". Epilogue - The cloak of bird-feathers. Appendix A - Parzival's lineage. Appendix B - Major characters in Parzival
Abstract: 'This book on the bythology of the Holy Grail in relation to the human experience of speaking represents a remarkable achievement. In the midst of a post modern culture whose distrust of words and cynicism concerning language is only exceeded by split-thinking with regard to idea and experience. Dr. Sussman shows by way of the archetypal tale of Parzival a perduring path for the journey to a healing speaking and an authentic loving.' --David Miller
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Introduction by Robert Sardello.

Foreword - Robert Sardello. Introduction. Prelude - Wolfram's beginning. 1 "Oh, where is my desire driving me?". 2 "A fool came riding along here". 3 "May your mouth become empty of the tongue within it". 4 "In reality you are me, even if our names are different". 5 "Open up!...I want to come into your heart". 6 "You will have to force your horse to a mighty leap". 7 "See how rich I am...it is myself I have vanquished". 8 "You shall be lord of the grail". Epilogue - The cloak of bird-feathers. Appendix A - Parzival's lineage. Appendix B - Major characters in Parzival

'This book on the bythology of the Holy Grail in relation to the human experience of speaking represents a remarkable achievement. In the midst of a post modern culture whose distrust of words and cynicism concerning language is only exceeded by split-thinking with regard to idea and experience. Dr. Sussman shows by way of the archetypal tale of Parzival a perduring path for the journey to a healing speaking and an authentic loving.' --David Miller

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