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Lilith: Queen of the Desert
by Anya Kless
Goddess Demon First woman Feminist icon Who-or what-is Lilith For centuries, She has haunted the edges of civilization. In the 21st century, She seems to be asserting Herself more adamantly than ever. Has She been calling you For the first time, this volume combines historical, practical, and devotional material on Lilith. It gives an overview of Her presence in the writin ...more
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Published June 20th 2011 by Lulu.com
(first published January 1st 2010)
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It's been quite a while since I first received my copy of this book and read it in one day, so it seemed time to give it a go again, and I found that, aside from the essays actually written by Anya Kless and a couple of other exceptions (such as the essay by Kaldera or the essays by Lewis) most of the essays really seemed to rub me the wrong way. Not necessarily because there was anything inherently wrong with their content, so much as the way in which they were written -- the brevity of one lim ...more
This relatively slim volume has an unexpected amount of intense content. From the admirably academic-but-accessible introduction to the deeply personal accounts of modern devotees, "Queen of the Desert" provides a moving, multi-faceted introduction to a complicated and powerful goddess.