The Grail Legend
Putnam, 1970 - 452 páginas
The Holy Grail and its quest is a legend which has had a powerful impact on our civilization and culture. The Grail itself is an ancient Celtic symbol of redemption and eternal life, the chalice which caught the blood of the crucified Christ. The story of the Grail sheds profound light on man's search for the supreme value of life, for that which makes life most meaningful. Two leading women of the Jungian school of psychology present this legend as a living myth that is meaningful to modern life. [Back cover].
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Percevals Early History according to Chrétien
The Defeat of the Red Knight and the Meeting with
Percevals First Visit to the Grail Castle
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