I’m reading hermann hesse’s narcissus and goldmund. I finished demian by him recently and loved it. I am not as crazy about this one, but it’s okay
And I’m also slowly reading some stuff about guido von list and the various German runic societies
>>1695> but I guess that was to be expected since /lit/ is full of faggots
a lot of the lists seem tryhard tbqh. which is why i picked up the norton anthologies so see if maybe I could find someone better.
You funny son of a bitch.
Dam that chart is well made and creative. Don’t mean to criticize too much but I think there could be an entire branch of specific works of Arthurian or grail myth literature besides mallory’s morte d’arthur. Particularly I would say wolfram von eschenbach’s “Parzival” is very important. Also there is stuff that could be included as foundational ancient myth like the eddas, the vedas, Greek myths like Hesiod’s theogony and Homer, Virgil’s Aeneid, etc
Not that it matters since the chart is about science fiction, but some of those had to be an influence on everything, as at some times in the ancient world I believe it was a key part of their education that students study primarily Homer and the Bible.
this thread, also still havent finished 'secrets of the talking jaguar'
Starting to read the fearie queen. Olde english is hard tbqh