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Why Am I Unable to Get the Gold Fish?: Mythology

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'Why am I unable to get the Gold Fish' is my twenty-eighth volume of mythology. The topic of the study is my domestic cat, Goddess Beatrice. She is noted predominately of literature to Dante's 'The DIvine Comedy'. Dante in persecution at knowledge of the divine had his properties and status taken away by a black Church. He, Beatrice and Virgil on Good Friday the year of our Lord 1300 descended in a tour of the realm of God. Beatrice presented in likeness of a Leopard; while Virgil as guide complained of a lack of faith. Variety of Biblical
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Overview

'Why am I unable to get the Gold Fish' is my twenty-eighth volume of mythology. The topic of the study is my domestic cat, Goddess Beatrice. She is noted predominately of literature to Dante's 'The DIvine Comedy'. Dante in persecution at knowledge of the divine had his properties and status taken away by a black Church. He, Beatrice and Virgil on Good Friday the year of our Lord 1300 descended in a tour of the realm of God. Beatrice presented in likeness of a Leopard; while Virgil as guide complained of a lack of faith. Variety of Biblical scripture and literature are found; including instruction of language and discussions of 'images'. Beatrice is portrayed angel, and yet seen to model Revelation like attempt to go shoot too much heroin. I include more than 150 art and photo; including selections of 1832 Frenchman Dore of Leopard and Lion to guide Dante. I provide many darling photo of my own collection, and to contrast those of medieval, gothic and religious art. I review concept of translation to be found at word defying comprehension of the mind. It will not allow acceptance of the literal word. The images to so walk and to attempt to extract or devour one's gold fish is theme. The differences of such description to only a pious and faithful life are contrast. You then discuss to hypnotize or to take upon themselves a limited and narrowing version of idea. You print a volume of myth about a cat; whom is found unable to locate her missing kittens. The themes of implicit agreement or accepting God's Laws are provided Chapters. The text is similar of Cantebury tales; when 800 AD travelers to a British county told one another stories of their ideas. The revealing of information or problems of Beatrice to appear like flame throwing dragon have good story form. The kittens are not actually recovered, and the theme has various good ideal to see Christian and uplifting art. You sort darkest of theme; including 'why opposing forces flamed like marsh mellow?'
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781479132843
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/13/2012
  • Pages: 348
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.72 (d)

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