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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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Ecological Citizen 🌍 🌎 🌏 Aug 6
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Jul 3
“Fetishising information,” he says, “is deeply disenchanting. Almost everyone is distracted, almost all of the time. Enchantment rarely happens if you are not present for it.” -
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Floris Books Jun 1
Delighted to see this review for "Enchantment" () by Patrick Curry - "Patrick Curry’s study is insightful about uncovenanted blessings that bring delight." View the full review online here - . Find out more - .
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life May 17
This is Patrick’s daughter Sylva- I make sure he gets every mention here. Thank you, 🙏🏻
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Bron Taylor May 16
Congratulations to Patrick Curry on the publication of
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life May 14
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Ecological Citizen 🌍 🌎 🌏 May 14
An excellent piece in the about our Editor-in-Chief's new book on enchantment ():
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Festival Chronicler May 8
I should be up for a talk about Enchantment (by ) at online. But I'm distracted by the dandelion seeds floating past the window.
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life May 8
Patrick will be on YouTube with the to talk about Enchantment at 12:30pm today. YouTube link is below! ✨
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Swindon Spring Festival May 8
WELCOME to Day 1 of We are starting our with Dr Patrick Curry, author of Enchantment at 12.30pm. Here's the link to watch
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Apr 21
' does not pass through phases as a train passes through stations: being alive, it [is] always moving yet never leaving anything behind. Whatever we have been, in some sort we still are.' (C.S. Lewis)
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Apr 21
you might enjoy this book! "Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life" - Patrick Curry
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Apr 16
'Only work, communion with and others are -free.' (Cyril Connolly)
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Mar 23
3) Such experiences are at once quietly common and overlooked. They are even suppressed, sometimes for surprisingly misguided reasons.
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Mar 23
2) "Saw farmer near Patten, sitting on a snowdrift about fifteen feet high, surrounded by a hundred redpolls. Birds perched on the farmer’s head and shoulders. One sat on knee. Farmer told Grant that he had enjoyed the previous half hour more than any other period in his life".."
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Mar 23
1) "There are many and rich experiences of enchantment in, and as, the natural world and its countless avatars. Its sweet benediction shines through even the deeply-ingrained New England laconism of this report, for example, by a Mr E.O. Grant:"...
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Mar 10
‘After reading any of your pieces life seems more worth living, and for that I am especially grateful.’ - Zygmunt Bauman, author of Liquid Modernity
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Simon Leadbeater🍃💚🍃Ⓥ Mar 7
I have probably and embarrassingly made a hash of explaining some of the concepts picked up from , , , , , and others. But as Oscar once said: "There is only one thing in life worse than being talked about..."
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Mar 8
"...Curry shows how is a fabricated, false, fake version of . His demonstration is extremely . Reading him, one feels like opening one's eyes wider.' Ginette Paris, author of 'The of the Psyche'
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Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life Mar 5
"...for I felt it opened a way in for people who might be suspicious of the and sides of this .' - Professor John Burnside, St. Andrews University
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