The Celts

The Celts None
  • Title: The Celts
  • Author: Elona Malterre
  • ISBN: 9780440200598
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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  • Elona Malterre

    Elona Malterre describes The Last Wolf of Ireland as a dramatization of issues concerning life, the futility of violence, and the recognition that human beings must respect all living things Born in France and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where she now lives, Elona Malterre is a recipient of the Bliss Carman Award for poetry Her love of Ireland was sparked when she took a course in Irish literature leading to an M.A in English She has taught literature and creative writing at the University of Calgary and at Mount Royal College, where she currently teaches part time Elona is the author of two historical novels for adults, The Celts and Mistress of the Eagles The Last Wolf of Ireland was written at the request of her daughter, Alexandra.


  • Il libro una reinterpretazione della leggenda irlandese di Deirdre, che fa parte del Ciclo dell Ulster opera in versi poetici e prosa che ruota attorno agli eroi dell Ulster , uno dei maggiori cicli epici della mitologia irlandese.L autrice lo dichiara apertamente nella prefazione che la sua versione si discosta molto dalla storia originale.A differenza della vicenda originale, che vede i due amanti fuggire in Scozia, qui i due vagano per le varie province irlandesi, alla ricerca di asilo e prot [...]

  • A historical novel which is also a retelling of the tale of Deirdre and Naoise, with characteristic 80s delineation of male female relationships, showing men as brutes and women thereby finding their feminist consciousness would onlybut I don t think it happened that way The sex act is nearly the only means used to explore the facets of late Celtic society in Ireland There are many roots big roots and many caves narrow caves.

  • A well written novel that, though most certainly not intended for children or young adults, depicted what was likely a realistic version of the ancient Druid culture and practices Regardless of historical merit, it was a very well done read.

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