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The Journey to the Other World: Papers from the Exeter Conference, 1971

by Hilda Ellis Davidson

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Contents: 1. Muhammad's Journey to Heaven, 2. The Thirteenth-century Mongols' Conception of the After-Life: The Evidence of Their Funeral Practices, 3. Other World Journeys in Japan, 4. The Ship of the Dead. 5. West County Entrances to the Underworld, 6. The Phantom Coach in the West Country, 7. The Hero's Descent to the Underworld, 8. Underworld Themes in Modern Fiction
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