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Mythology Today

A Local Habitation, by Seanan McGuire – The second of the October Daye novels has Toby, at the behest of her lord Duke Sylvester, investigating a fairy-run computer company in Fremont, which in Faerie is a buffer zone between two … Continue reading

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The Tree Fairies

One particular variety of Irish fairies are the Lesidhe, guardians of the forest. As such, I suppose they’re sort of like the Dryads of Greek mythology, but much more dangerous. One of their favorite tricks is to imitate mockingbirds to … Continue reading

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The Christians and the Pagans Sat Together at the Stone Table

One thing you’ll almost certainly notice in the Chronicles of Narnia is that, for a Christian series, there are a lot of beings from pagan mythology hanging out there. In addition to all the nymphs and fauns, there are wood-gods … Continue reading

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