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Wednesday’s Woman

A book I recently read, James Branch Cabell’s Jurgen, contains many references to deities from various cultures, some real and some apparently original with Cabell. One figure who interested me was Sereda, the personification of Wednesday, who restores Jurgen’s youth … Continue reading

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A Monstrous Clever Fellow

Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice, by James Branch Cabell – A humorous novel set at least partially in the land of Poictesme, location of many of Cabell’s stories. It’s officially located within France, but is frequently used as a satire … Continue reading

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