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Books, Humanities Culture, Mythology Religion, Angels Muses Olympians, Three Books Signed, The Entities Trilogy, All Signed

Books, Humanities Culture, Mythology Religion, Angels Muses Olympians, Three Books Signed, The Entities Trilogy, All Signed

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  • Materials: The Entities Trilogy Set of Books, Books Angels, Muses, Olympians, All books signed, Soft Covers, Humanities Culture, Good Condition, Gift Quality, Collectible, Myths, Poetry Poems Religion, Three Volumes
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Books, Humanities Culture, Mythology, Religion, Angels Muses, Olympians, Three books signed, The Entities Trilogy. Pub. The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Dallas, Texas. Set of three paperback books. Series Copyright varies. All Books Signed Set of Books Set of Three

#1 "The Muses" copyright 1994, Design and Typography by Janis Lilly. Edited with an intro by Gail Thomas. Includes bibliographical references. Muses (Greek deities) Dedicated to the Citizens of Dallas, with the desire that the Muses will come to heal the City. Preface by Gail Thomas Sept, 1994. Signed and inscribed by Gail Thomas.

#2 "The Angels" copyright 1994, Design and Typography by Janis Lilly. Editor's Preface by Robert Sardello,l Nov. 1994. Dedicated by the Fellows of the Dallas Institute, to Drs. Louise and Donald Cowan.

"in gratitude for their continuous and unfailing inspiration to those following the vocation of a life of thought. Like the Angels, whose tasks in the cosmos are to guard the continuity of the great past in the present, cherish the quest and aspiration of the soul to create, protect by warning, informing, and helping, thereby defending the good that exists within each person, Louise and Donald Cowan are guardians and guides of these tasks in culture, the world of the heart, where the eternal resides within the provisional. From these two great teachers we have learned to seek truth, and in seeking truth to find the world as a work of divine creative art,and in finding the world this way, to come unexpectedly upon joy." End. Signed and inscribed by Robert Sardello.

#3 "The Olympians" Copyright 1995 by Dallas Institute,
Design and Typography by Janis Lilly. Edited by Joanne H. Stroud. Dedicated to The Fellows of the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Greek Gods,Goddeses, Mythology.
Signed and inscribed by Joanne H. Stroud.

Books are in good condition. The Muses has a stain of front cover. First page detached. Paper covers. gold gilt lettering. Not a remainder, book club or X-Library. Set of Books soft covers Signed
Books, Humanities Culture, Mythology, Religion, Angels Muses, Olympians, Three books signed, The Entities Trilogy. Pub. The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Dallas, Texas. Set of three paperback books. Series Copyright varies. All Books Signed Set of Books Set of Three

#1 "The Muses" copyright 1994, Design and Typography by Janis Lilly. Edited with an intro by Gail Thomas. Includes bibliographical references. Muses (Greek deities) Dedicated to the Citizens of Dallas, with the desire that the Muses will come to heal the City. Preface by Gail Thomas Sept, 1994. Signed and inscribed by Gail Thomas.

#2 "The Angels" copyright 1994, Design and Typography by Janis Lilly. Editor's Preface by Robert Sardello,l Nov. 1994. Dedicated by the Fellows of the Dallas Institute, to Drs. Louise and Donald Cowan.

"in gratitude for their continuous and unfailing inspiration to those following the vocation of a life of thought. Like the Angels, whose tasks in the cosmos are to guard the continuity of the great past in the present, cherish the quest and aspiration of the soul to create, protect by warning, informing, and helping, thereby defending the good that exists within each person, Louise and Donald Cowan are guardians and guides of these tasks in culture, the world of the heart, where the eternal resides within the provisional. From these two great teachers we have learned to seek truth, and in seeking truth to find the world as a work of divine creative art,and in finding the world this way, to come unexpectedly upon joy." End. Signed and inscribed by Robert Sardello.

#3 "The Olympians" Copyright 1995 by Dallas Institute,
Design and Typography by Janis Lilly. Edited by Joanne H. Stroud. Dedicated to The Fellows of the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Greek Gods,Goddeses, Mythology.
Signed and inscribed by Joanne H. Stroud.

Books are in good condition. The Muses has a stain of front cover. First page detached. Paper covers. gold gilt lettering. Not a remainder, book club or X-Library. Set of Books soft covers Signed

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