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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life
A new book by Patrick Curry, writer on Tolkien, divination and ecology.
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life 9h
...”Indeed, true maturity, suggests, requires ‘rediscovering the seriousness one had as a at ’.”
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“The of has the same prerequisites & dynamics as other kinds, but we can think about it here in a way we haven’t so far, namely through its affinity with . This is no childish thing...”
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Nov 12
3) “This is without a doubt your best ever. Hope the world takes note. It is magnificently delightful!”
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Nov 12
2) Your call to engage with is so timely and well-made. Your is a wonderful Person—the size, weight, colors! The , simplicity of layout and delivery, and . The . Enjoy getting glimpses into your and ...
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Nov 12
Comments from an Reader: 1) The world and life are very things - enchanted, even. And yet there are so many forces attempting to disenchant our lives, whether and on the one side, or on the other.
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Floris Books Nov 6
On the Floris blog Dr Patrick Curry (), author of "Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life", introduces us to this unique book, which explores how enchantment plays out in a wide range of contexts.
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𝙲𝚎𝚕𝚒𝚊 𝙸𝚎𝚛𝚊𝚍𝚒 🐝 Nov 3
"A garbage can, occasionally, to me at least, can be beautiful. That’s because you’re seeing. Some people are able to see that—see it and feel it. I lean toward the enchantment, the visual power, of the esthetically rejected subject." Walker Evans
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Nov 3
Patrick's new blog post is up on the page now! Have a read here: "This matters because in the end, we will only fight for what or who we love. Reason alone isn’t enough"
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Braziers Park 29 Apr 15
Ecology from our planet's point of view! Thank you for join us today!
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Radical Honey Oct 23
Replying to @radicalhoneybee
Might I also draw your attention to this Yarrow. I still haven't quite recovered from how beautiful it was; a small enchantment. And look, a tiny furrow bee is finding nourishment there.
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BBC Springwatch Oct 24
You know it's autumn when you spot this happening in the sky 😲
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Oct 25
(2)In the milieu of the urban , is often treated rather as an embarrassingly elderly relative, someone to be tolerated but not encouraged. There are indeed still novelists who can tell a good story, but mostly it is pushed out into so-called fiction.
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Oct 25
(1) "Not surprisingly, it is that most readily . The sharpest contrast in is the kind of which is concerned to show that we are all Grown-ups here. It does this by insistently self-conscious cleverness and ..."
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Oct 20
Patrick’s speech at the book launch of Enchantment on Friday. The rest of the speech and reading of excerpts can be viewed here: “We will only fight to defend what we love. Reason alone isn’t enough.” ♥️
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Oct 17
It's our birthday! Eagerly anticipating our launch tomorrow. Head to to find out what it's all about. 🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿
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Floris Books Oct 17
Find out more about Dr Patrick Curry's new book "Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life" on our website - .
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Oct 17
too can cast a . It is not surprising. After all, places, w some degree of integrity, share w (perceiving & reacting to their ),(giving rise to certain feelings)& intentionality(to persist & flourish).
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Floris Books Oct 17
Happy Book Birthday to "Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life" by Patrick Curry . This unique book explores how enchantment plays out in a wide range of contexts – in love, art, religion and our relationship with the natural world.
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Oct 15
On (3): ...a quiet fire, no longer leaping but glowing, quieter and more subtle, sweeter if less sharp.
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Oct 15
(2)It can obscure other kinds: the between parents and children - so me, yet not me! - and between friends: such sustaining common ground, despite the differences. It can even overshadow what, given skill and luck, it can mature into...
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