The epic poem, "Weatherstone: the Quest for E'veden," is the second journey of Cerulean, the long distance voyager. Volume Two is a story of personal growth and discovery in search of the mystical city E'veden. It is written in a poetically and prophetically confessional style that celebrates the natural surroundings of the Pacific northwest. Volume Two comprises two books. In Book Four, we are introduced to the distant history of Cerulean's ancestors, named Farfarers, and their mystical island Fara'way, some 6000 years before the Great Deluge. In Book Five, Cerulean's ancestors Forerunner are traced to more recent times, about a thousand years after the Great Deluge. Volume Two also includes the essay: "The Use of Metaphor in the Epic Poem, Weatherstone."
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)|
About the Author
Gerrit Verstraete is an artist, poet, author, and mentor. He and his wife Alice live on Gabriola Island, on the beautiful Pacific Northwest coast of British Columbia, Canada. Details about the author and contact information are included in the book.