There are 38 books in this catalogue.
Book Number: 60631
Chancellor Press. London: 1983. 4to. laminated boards, hardcover. 143pp. index, colour illus. Near Fine.
Monkey Subdues the White-Bone Demon
Wang Hsing-pei (Adapted by), Illustrated by Hsiao-Tai, Chien and Hung-Pen, Chao
Book Number: 28891
Foreign Languages Press - Peking 1976 China tall 8vo. Blue wraps. 110pp. Some loss to head and tail of spine. Ilustrated with b/w line drawings. Based on a mythological novel by Wu Cheng-en featuring Monkey from the t.v. series, and Pigsy and Sandy and Tripitaka.
Legends and Folklore
Book Number: 2075
Wayland Publishers london 1974 excellet copy in same d/w. Part of the Midlands Series, for study and appreciation of local culture.
A Book of Islands
Bowman, John S.
Book Number: 6416
New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1971 8vo. hardcover. 344pp. very good. / good, chipped d/w.
Arthur and the Lost Kingdoms
Book Number: 34924
London Trafalgar Square 1999 8vo hardcover 282pp index, colour & b/w illus. very good+ / very good+ d/w.
The Grail: The Truth Behind the Myth
Book Number: 44748
Godsfield Press Ltd November 15, 2005 8vo hardcover 176pp near fine. The real truth about the Grail, as this entertaining and informative book makes clear, is more exciting than the most fantastic adventure novel. Tracing the Grail's story from its earliest appearance in myth through history, literature, and popular entertainment, this comprehensive illustrated book explores the Grail's secret history and reveals why it continues to fascinate us today. The book unearths the earliest versions of the Grail in myth, examines the part the Grail plays in the events of Christ's Passion, and reveals the truth about the secret societies that "guard" the Grail mysteries. As readers will discover, the Grail also made a mysterious appearance in Arthur's Camelot and disguised itself as the holy bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalen, as the philosopher's stone, and as a touchstone of transformation for Jungian psychologists. The book also introduces us to modern Grail seekers and reveals why even the Nazis sought the Grail. This riviting account sets readers straight about the mysterious relic's meaning and purpose. As we discover what the Grail has meant to the men and women of the past, we come to understand the power of this ancient idea in our own life and why we continue to seek it.