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The Blessing of Pan - Edward John Moreton Dunsany


"The Blessing of Pan portrays English rural life under a sign of paganism, after the fashion of writers like T.F. Powys." -- The Encyclopedia of Fantasy Author: Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Publisher



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The Blessing of Pan - Edward John Moreton Dunsany


"The Blessing of Pan portrays English rural life under a sign of paganism, after the fashion of writers like T.F. Powys." -- The Encyclopedia of Fantasy Author: Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Publisher