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  1. The angels of Mons by Arthur Machen 1863-1947, 1915-12-31
  2. The terror a mystery. by Arthur Machen . by Machen. Arthur. 1863-1947., 1917-01-01
  3. Far off things. by Arthur Machen. by Machen. Arthur. 1863-1947., 1922-01-01
  4. Dr. Stiggins; his views and principles, a series of interviews by Arthur, 1863-1947 Machen, 2009-10-26
  5. The house of souls. by Machen. Arthur. 1863-1947., 1922-01-01
  6. Arthur Machen and Montgomery Evans : Letters of a Literary Friendship, 1923-1947 by Arthur Machen, Sue Strong Hassler, et all 1994-02

21. Arthur Machen — Infoplease.com
Encyclopedia Machen, Arthur. Machen, Arthur (măk' u n) , 1863–1947, British author, b. Wales. He wrote a series of semiautobiographical fantasies, notably The Hill of Dreams (1907
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  • Text of a speech given at Arthur Machen's 80th birthday lunch, 1943 [image 1 of 5]
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  • 23. King Arthur
    Review of the film by Haro.
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    View other movie reviews Find a movie: King Arthur The filmmakers behind the latest version of the King Arthur legend claim that theirs is the most historically accurate. In actuality, there is virtually no way of knowing who is correct and who is not, but one thing is for certain: this version strips away much of what made Arthur and his knights such an enduring legend. Gone is the magic of Merlin and Excalibur. The Round Table is barely there and most of the knights do not have enough time to establish personalities. The love triangle between Arthur, Guinevere, and Lancelot never develops. Mallory, Tennyson, and White must all be rolling in their graves. King Arthur takes place a few hundred years before most of the conventional Arthurian myths do. If anything, it feels like more of an attempt to make a huge summer blockbuster than anything else. Shades of Gladiator and Braveheart constantly peek out, but overall, King Arthur just feels silly. Britain is still in the hands of Rome, and Arthur (Clive Owen

    24. Buy MacHen Arthur
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    The Angels of Mons The Bowmen and Other Legends of the War List Price:
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    This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery. The Great God Pan (Library of Wales) List Price: Price: You Save:
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    An experiment into the sources of the human brain through the mind of a young woman has gone horribly wrong. She has seen the great God Pan and will die giving birth to a daughter, Helen Vaughan. Helen Vaughan becomes the source of much fevered speculation when, twenty years later, she is feted as a society hostess of great charm. Many men are infatuated with her beauty, but great beauty has a price, sometimes you have to pay with the only thing you have left. "The Great God Pan" was a sensation when first published in 1894. Its author, Arthur Machen, was a struggling unknown author living in London. He had translated Casanova's memoirs and was living on a small inheritance. He immediately became one of the most talked about writers of the last years of the nineteenth century.

    25. Project Gutenberg Titles By Arthur Machen (Machen, Arthur, 1863-1947)
    The Angels of Mons The Bowmen and Other Legends of the War Famous Modern Ghost Stories The Great God Pan The Hill of Dreams The House of Souls The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova de
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    out of 4 Starring: Clive Owen , Keira Knightley Director: Antoine Fuqua Rated: R RunTime: 130 Minutes Release Date: July Genres: Action Drama War Buy this DVD ... Half.com *Also starring: Stephen Dillane , Ioan Gruffudd, Stellan Skarsgard Ray Winstone , Hugh Dancy, Ray Stevenson, Til Schweiger, Charlie Creed-Miles, Joel Edgerton Reviewer Roundup Harvey Karten review follows Susan Granger read the review Steve Rhodes read the review Review by Harvey Karten 2 stars out of 4 Before the big battle, Arthur frees Guinevere (Keira Knightley, who turns out to be a handful on the battlefield), as the lady has been incarcerated for practicing paganism. Over the next few weeks, though Guinevere is destined to pad down with Arthur, she does cast a few glances toward Lancelot, but one wonders what she sees in him or any of the other knights since nobody, not even the female warrior, is blessed with the slightest character development. When Arthur ultimately decides that he's no longer fighting for Rome but for a higher cause, we strain our ears to hear that, like our president today, his higher cause is freedomto the cheers of the unwashed in the background. Huh? Freedom from what? Not even the alleged slavery is given any exploration, so we're about as in the dark about Arthur's motive as we are about Mr. Bush's. All in all, a forgettable epic drowned out by music and, speaking of drowning, there is a nifty scene that will remind biblical scholars of the parting of the Red Sea.

    27. Friends Of Arthur Machen Website Homepage: Horror Fantastic And Supernatural Fic
    Includes biographical information, a bibliography, commentary, links to further resources and online texts of Machen's shorter works.
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    Perhaps by now you are wondering...
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    Very briefly, a writer with an unusual ability to touch the twin sublimes of wonder and terror...
    ...just another cult writer, then?
    The Friends of Arthur Machen say not. We'd like to point out..... .....that his words echo and return in the mind, in a way more expected of a poet. Try a sample quotation or two .....that his writing has a kind of landscaping power, to evoke both the wildness of his native Wales , and the phantasmagorical sublimity of late Victorian London .....that his novel The Hill of Dreams is perhaps the finest exploration ever written of the theme of the accursed artist. .....that he was a major figure in the decadence of 1890s London. .....that his 1914 short story "The Bowmen" gave rise to the World War One legend of The Angels of Mons. .....that his achievement should rank alongside far better known contemporaries , such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson or Oscar Wilde. The Friends of Arthur Machen (FoAM) is a fellowship which exists to foster interest in Machen and his work, to aid research, and for the pleasure of its members. This site is maintained by Dr Adrian Eckersley, who is interested in all aspects of Machen's life and work. Your comments, news, suggestions and interactions are welcome. Email address below: but you have to unscramble the spam trap by removing

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  • 29. Filmtracks: King Arthur (Hans Zimmer)
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    King Arthur Co-Composed by: Hans Zimmer Co-Composed and Conducted by: Nick Glennie-Smith Rupert Gregson-Williams Vocal Solos Performed by: Moya Brennan Produced by: Bob Badami Trevor Morris Label: Hollywood Records Release Date: July 27th, 2004 Also See: Gladiator Crimson Tide The Rock The Peacemaker Audio Clips: 1. Tell Me Now (What You See) (0:29): WMA Real Audio 2. Woad to Ruin (0:30): WMA Real Audio 3. Do You Think I'm Saxon? (0:34): WMA Real Audio 4. Hold the Ice (0:31): WMA Real Audio Availability: Regular U.S. release. Awards: None. Printer Friendly Version @Amazon.com: Our Price: Used Price: Sales Rank: Avg. Rating: or read more reviews and hear more audio clips at Amazon.com Compare Prices: eBay Stores (new and used) Amazon.com (new and used) iTunes (download) Find it Used: Check for used copies of this album in the: Soundtrack Section at eBay (including eBay Stores and Half.com listings)

    30. King Arthur - Awesome Stories
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      When Rome left its province of Britannia for good in 410 A.D. , after more than three centuries of rule, the native population had little protection against intruders. Thirty years later (or so), looking for help outside their own boundaries, native Britons (a Celtic people from Angulus (the Angles) and Germans from Saxony (the Saxons) to work as mercenaries. Their pay? Briton land. Had those early Britons envisioned what could happen when mercenaries (invited or not) reached their shores, perhaps they would have looked elsewhere (or nowhere) for help. One thing is certain: Requests for Anglo-Saxon help ultimately led to unwelcome invasions which forever changed Britannia and her people. Author: Carole D. Bos, J.D. Key to Color-Coded Links To cite this story, using MLA Guidelines Bos, Carole D. "King Arthur" AwesomeStories.com. Date of access
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    31. Bookfinder.US: MacHen Arthur
    Two worksone of imaginative and decadent horror, the other lyrical......The Great God Pan and the Hill of Dreams Arthur Machen 0486443450 Jan 2006 Paperback Book
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    Two worksone of imaginative and decadent horror, the other lyrical and introspectivecomprise these books by one of the pioneering masters of supernatural fiction. The Great God Pan scandalized Victorian London with its suggestive visions of sexuality and paganism, while The Hill of Dreams is a semi-autobiographical work about Machen's battles with his inner demons. Cult classics of fantasy and horror, these two worksnow in one volumeremain landmarks in English literature.
    Arthur Machen: A Bibliography
    Henry Danielsson
    January 1970
    Library Binding Book Description A bibliographic essay on the works of the Welsh newspaperman and novelist. The Heptameron Marguerite June 2006 Paperback Book Description In the great tradition of the Decameron and Canterbury Tales, The Heptameron offers captivating glimpses of a vanished world. Here, ten people engage in a storytelling battle of the sexes that abounds in tales of murder, adultery, remorse, and revenge, all set in 16th-century France. Translation by Arthur Machen. The Great God Pan Arthur Machen April 2005 Paperback H. P. Lovecraft

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    34. Astrocartography Of Arthur Rimbaud's Least-aspected Venus,Pluto
    Short biography of Arthur Rimbaud, with a focus on how the planetary metaphors of Venus and Pluto were reflected in his life and work.
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    astrocartography astrology horoscope Arthur Rimbaud chart symbolism planets Pluto Venus biography of Arthur Rimbaud astrocartographer Robert Couteau The Role of the Least Aspected Planet in Astrocartography Planetary Symbolism in Astrocartography and Transcendental Astrology by Robert Couteau Astrocartography home
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    One of the worlds most influential writers, child-poet (Secondary Moon / Primary Venus) Arthur Rimbaud, n Jean-Nicolas-Arthur Rimbaud, was born in Charleville, France, almost directly under the setting position of his Primary Pluto. His equally underaspected Primary Venus rises over the northwest corner of France, thereby placing his entire native land under a Primary Venus-Pluto Transcendental Midpoint-Field. Rimbaud completed his first collection of verse when he was only sixteen years old, then he ran away to Paris. As we can see in his astrocartography, the French capital lies precisely in the center of his Venus / Pluto Transcendental Midpoint-Field.

    35. Machen, Arthur
    Machen, Arthur, pseudonym of ARTHUR LLEWELLYN JONES (b. March 3, 1863, Caerleon, Monmouthshire, Eng.d. Dec. 15, 1947, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire), Welsh novelist and
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    pseudonym of ARTHUR LLEWELLYN JONES (b. March 3, 1863, Caerleon, Monmouthshire, Eng.d. Dec. 15, 1947, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire), Welsh novelist and essayist, a forerunner of 20th-century Gothic science fiction. Machen's work was deeply influenced by his childhood in Wales and his readings in the occult and metaphysics. He lived most of his life in poverty as a clerk, teacher, and translator. In 1902 he became an actor with Benson's Shakespearean Repertory Company. And, in 1912, approaching his 50th birthday, he joined the staff of the London Evening News The quality of Machen's writing was demonstrated early in World War I when the newspaper published the short story "The Angel of Mons" from The Bowmen and Other Legends of War (1915), which circulated widely as a true story and gave hope to thousands of soldiers in battle. Like Thomas Hardy, Machen responded to the spiritual power and antiquity of the British countryside. His fantasies are often set in medieval England or Wales, as in the autobiographical The Hill of Dreams (1907), which evokes ancient Roman forts and Welsh mysteries. Even his stories set in London are deeply romantic and nostalgic for a pre-industrial era. Other works include

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    38. Arthur Mathews - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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