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I think there are better books on symbolism available. Verified Purchase Your browser does not support HTML5 video. It's as though ARAS decided they had to publish 'something' and this is what they came up with.

Most of the entries are utterly uninformative, even banal. It's too many things spread too thinly to be of much tsc 1. Many of the facts can be surpassed by a Google search. I kept the book only to help support ARAS and that's the only reason I did not return it.

Verified Purchase The book itself is beautiful, but sadly the content is lacking. Entire paragraphs are just quoted material from tsc 1 sources. Minimal information, only covers very general descriptions. And, ironically it doesn't actually tsc 1 the symbolic meaning of many of the animals listed. This will likely be a dust collector as I don't find it very useful. For instance the entry for a goat features a graphic image of a statue of Pan having sex with a goat.

I was tsc 1 grossed out and returned the book for that reason. Yuck is that really the best image you could find tsc 1 a goat. Other entries I found to be skewed a certain way, like tsc 1 of "dark" you might say. Tsc 1 instance the entry for Tsc 1 calls them "volumptuous".

Otherwise it's definitely "a" book tsc 1 symbols not "the" book of symbols. The entries are more like poetic prose writing from one perspective, sort of wishy-washy spirituality and eclectic I suppose, but by no means comprehensive and in some ways confused. For instance the tsc 1 for "Sun" mentions the minor Hindu tsc 1 Rudra and his ferocity being like the sun, but leaves out the major deity Surya, the actual sun god.

I tsc 1 hoping for a deeper more comprehensive look at tsc 1 meaning of symbols to different cultures. Basically, there is a lot left wanting.

That said it is a beautiful book in other ways and neat tsc 1 but more of a coffee table book for the beginning enthusiast. Most books on symbolism follow a certain pattern, which is just fine. This one stands out. Physically, it has beautiful foil insets for the different sections, just like in old dictionaries. It's sized where it's convenient to carry but would also make a good coffee table book. The content is a collection of individual essays about each topic with beautiful images to accompany most subjects.

It's divided by category too, which reinforces its reference-book styling. The essays are brief enough for a fairly quick read. Most, I would say took me no longer than 4-5 minutes, and that include studying the pictures. Expect an introduction to subjects, not a deep study, and you'll treasure this too. I'm tsc 1 happy to add this to my library.

I feel the title of the book is a little misleading. Basically the book lists a large number of creatures, ideas, imagery that poses significance across cultures.

It often feels like a book full of trivial information. Verified Tsc 1 This is a wonderful compilation and foundation on which to begin to build your knowledge of signs and symbols. Very comprehensive, yet basic enough for all. May not be as specific and detailed (per subject) as some here would have liked, it is most certainly a wonderful reference and if nothing else, a better than 'beginning' start to understanding the messages held in the symbols and signs going on around you.

Oh, and the hardback book Zinc (Zinc Chloride Injection, USP 1 mg/mL)- FDA is very nice. Numerous in-book ribbon page markers, hardbound very well, sturdy pages.

I shall use this forever. I will say though that as of the date I brought it, there's only one orange ribbon to bookmark with. So the current image is falsely advertising the 5 coloured ribbons and should be updated asap so other's know exactly what they're buying. It's just what I was looking for in my research. Verified Purchase I bought this book because I wanted to get a better understanding black seeds oil symbols, tropes, and archetypes that frequently occur repeatedly throughout history in the form of artwork.

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