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Fairy Tales

- In the Light of Spiritual Investigation and A Mongolian Legend
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 Format: Paperback  Author: Rudolf Steiner  Category: Anthroposophy, Art, Fantasy  Reading Age: Adult  Grade Level: Senior High School  Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Publications  Published: August 22, 2019  ISBN-10: 9781948302128  ISBN-13: 1948302128  ASIN: B07WPFB6XV  Pages: 56  Language: English  Dimension: 5.5" x 0.1" x 8.5"  Item Weight: 2.88oz  Illustrator: Gerard Wagner  Translator: Peter Stebbing  On-Line  Add to Cart  Buy from Amazon  Amazon Kindle  Buy from B&N  Buy from Bookshop.org
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From the contents of this lecture: “Fairy tales and sagas are comparable to a good angel, granted human beings as a companion from birth on their life’s wanderings, to be a trustworthy comrade throughout – offering comradeship, and making life inwardly into a truly ensouled fairy tale!” This is a lecture, given by Rudolf Steiner, entitled M√§rchendichtungen im Lichte der Geistesforschung, and contained in the volume, Ergebnisse der Geistesforschung (Results of Spiritual Research) GA 62. The series in which this lecture was given at the Architektenhaus in Berlin, may be said to underline its overall importance for Rudolf Steiner: held February 6th 1913 subsequent to a lecture January 30th on Raphael, it was followed a week later, on February 13th, by a lecture on Leonardo da Vinci. As a bonus, A Mongolian Legend is included. It is from a matinee lecture given by Rudolf Steiner: Mythen und Sagen. Okkulte Zeichen und Symbole (Myths and Legends. Occult Signs and Symbols). From GA 101. Lecture IV, 21st October 1907 in Berlin. This lecture is the third in a series of four lectures from GA 62, that are newly translated by Peter Stebbing. Edited by James Stewart. In paperback format.

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From GA 101. Lecture IV, 21st October 1907 in Berlin. This lecture is the third in a series of four lectures from GA 62, that are newly translated by Peter Stebbing. Edited by James Stewart. In paperback format.

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Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner [1861-1925]: This is the guy who designed the Goetheanum I and II, developed Waldorf Education, Curative Education, a new art form, Eurythmy, and is the Father of Organic Architecture! He did some other pretty creative stuff, also. One...

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Peter Stebbing

Peter Stebbing is an excellent translator and investigator, it has been a pleasure working with Peter, and there is more to come! He has said, "the best German to English translators are those who have English as their native language."...

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