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From Avalon to Tir Na Nog

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This group is to discuss "the matter of Britain" -Arthurian literature and Celtic mythology in both fiction and non-fiction formats. From the well-known The Mists of Avalon to the lesser-known The Drawing of the Dark, from Geoffrey of Monmouth to Mary Stewart, from Arthur to Merlin to Dagda to Rhiannon, if it deals with mythology of the British isles, this is the place to discuss it!

Total members: 79 members

Recent members: Birlinn, RandomDSdevel, kerryn.griffis, Crypto-Willobie, centurionmk3, LeonMintz, chloejb, Chicagomel, branadain, Menshevixen, relinquishedworm, OgopogoForever, arthos, freckles1987, Snowychik, Sile, fuffybaby18, soldulac, MaelBrigde, LindaGDavis, NatashaVE, cindysku, Alixtii, AngelicaHarris, TheOnlyMe, malinablue, RcCarol, egretplume, duskpeterson, Chibu

Tags: Arthurian (2), King Arthur (1), Merlin (1), Celtic (1), matter of Britain (1), (show all)Tir Na Nog (1), Avalon (1), Britain (1), British Isles (1), history (1), Groups talking about Books (1), myth (1), Celtic myth (1), book-types (1), genres (1), time periods (1), book settings (1), mythology (1)

Administrators: Cyrian (creator)

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Members: 79
Language: English
Group id: fromavalontotirnanog
Created: Nov 1, 2006

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