the Cabinet recognises and wants to respond to this Humanitarian crisis’.
one imagines that, as with all oral story-tellers, the verse tethers memory to the story’s emotional highs and lows.
a visual feast and celebration of Celtic music with plenty of traditional reels and jigs to keep your feet tapping.
Great family day out!
The Celtic Club have got some very exciting news!!
They kept their grim deeds as quiet as possible by using a wooden spade
Anchor Books, producing quality books, designed and printed in Australia, by less well-known historians.
It is a tune stolen
From the ponies’ prayers.
The textual lore this book on Archaeology draws on is not only saga and epic, but also place-lore, and interestingly, hagiography.
How do you interpret ‘My yoke is easy and my burden light’ from the perspective of someone whose burden in a post-abuse world is overwhelmingly desolate.