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Patrick Booker  Patrick Booker is offline
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'Tarot in Culture'

Just arrived, and what a treat it looks!

A series of essays by various Tarot luminaries, edited by Emily Auger.

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Nemia  Nemia is offline
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I bought the two volumes - the Kobo edition is affordable. (I don't have a Kobo but by using the desktop app I can read it on my laptop, and that's great for me.)

I did't have the time to dig into it right now but I went over volume I, article by article, and it looks amazing. So many interesting topics, and so many rock-solid names that stand for serious scholarship. It looks like a gold mine of information.

I saw Teheuti's recommendation for the books in the thread about scholarly literature, and I'm so glad such books are being published that put tarot in the wider cultural context without denigrating or marginalizing it. I'll add more when I finish reading more.

So thank you for this recommendation and thread. Without them, I wouldn't have found the books.
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