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By Harold Bayley

ISBN-10: 1153357259

ISBN-13: 9781153357258

Англия, или иначе - Британия, возделанная и обустроенная от берега до берега, тем не менее внушает ощущение спрятанного глубоко под землей волшебства. К сожалению я был там всего один раз и не в качестве туриста, поэтому не имел возможности побывать везде где бы хотел побывать. Но ведь собственно, чтобы меня понять и ехать-то никуда не надо. Это ощущение от восприятия самой английской культуры. Говорю это не как поклонник творчества Толкиена. Скорее, сам Толкиен есть доказательство моих слов. Англия современная (от Нельсона до Битлов) - это как будто оболочка, слой (несколько слоев?) одной краски, нанесенный на другую, оригинальную, на что-то куда более нерациональное, чем современная культура самого международного языка.

Под первым слоем краски мы подразумеваем кельтскую цивилизацию и Темные века. Именно благодаря их тайне Британские острова воспринимаются "заряженными" некой метафизической энергией.

Представляю вам библиографическую ценность - исследование начала прошлого века - археология древней Англии, интерпретации находок.

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