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true legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil

Edward G. Flight

true legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil

showing how the horseshoe came to be a charm against witchcraft

by Edward G. Flight

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Published by Bell and Daldy in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dunstan, -- Saint, -- 909-988,
  • Charms,
  • Horseshoes -- Poems

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHorse shoe, True legend of Saint Dunstan and the Devil.
    Statementby Edward G. Flight ; with illustrations by George Cruikshank ; engraved by John Thompson.
    GenrePoems.
    ContributionsCruikshank, George, 1792-1878., Thompson, John, 1785-1866, engraver., Smithcors, J. F., donor., Bell and Daldy,, Chiswick Press,, Veterinary History Collection.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR4705 .F33, PR4705 .F33 1871
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62, [2] p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17633110M
    LC Control Number25028158
    OCLC/WorldCa343447


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Flight, beautifully illustrated by George Cruikshank. Dunstan was a very quiet and humble hermit who worked at his anvil and played the harp. St Dunstan, whose feast is celebrated today, was a Renaissance man half a millennium before the Renaissance – he died in He was a scholar and reformer, but also a.

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Illustration by George Cruikshank for The True Legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil One reputed origin of the tradition of lucky horseshoes is the story of Saint Dunstan and the Devil. Dunstan, who would become the Archbishop of Canterbury in ADwas a blacksmith by trade. Title: The Horse Shoe, the true legend of St.

Dunstan and the Devil; showing how the horse shoe came to be a charm against witchcraft With illustrations drawn by G. Cruickshank, etc. Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.

It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in Reviews: 4. There is a popular related tale in which Dunstan grabs the Devil by the nose with hot tongs.

A relatively recent version of the tale was published in as a lyric poem called, The Horse Shoe: The True Legend of St Dunstan and the Devil, by Edward G. Flight. The poem was illustrated by the famous English illustrator, George Cruikshank, two of.

CHAPTER 1. HORSESHOES. Horseshoes can be found hanging above the doors of homes across the world and are thought to ward off evil. One source of this belief in the Western world is described in The True Legend of St Dunstan and the Devil, written in by Edward G. Flight, which tells the story of a first-century blacksmith monk who later became the Archbishop of Canterbury and one of.

The True Legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil by Edward G. Flight, illustrated by George Cruikshank, published inand available from Project Gutenberg Early British Kingdoms: St. Dunstan enshrined at Glastonbury or Canterbury.

Dunstan, who would later to become the Archbishop of Canterbury in ADwas a blacksmith. One day, the Devil asked him to reshoe his horse, and Dunstan nailed a horseshoe – through the Devil’s hoof, which caused the Devil much pain. The image of Saint Dunstan by Nigel Ramsay (Book) The horse shoe: the true legend of St.

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True Legend of Saint Dunstan and the Devil, by Edward G Flight; books. Our Sunday Visitor’s Encyclopedia of Saints; other sites in english.

Patron Saints and Their Feast Days, Australian Catholic Truth Society; A Clerk of Oxford: Dunstan and the Devil; A Clerk of Oxford: The Death of Saint Dunstan; Catholic Online; Celtic and Old English. George Cruikshank illustrated a Victorian poem by Edward Flight, On the true legend of St Dunstan and the Devil, and his depictions of Dunstan’s dealings with the devil highlight the humanity.

Here the devil is said (in a late eleventh legend) to have tempted him and to have been seized by the face with the saint's tongs. While Dunstan was living thus at Glastonbury he became the trusted adviser of the Lady Aethelflaed, King Aethelstan's niece, and at her death found himself in control of all her great wealth, which he used in later.

The second legend regarding the Devil and St. Dunstan also occured in Mayfield when the convent there had just been built. The Devil appeared to St. Dunstan and said that he was going to knock down all the houses in the village.

Dunstan bargained with the Devil and got him to agree to leave standing any house with a horseshoe on the outside. Image taken from: Title: "The Horse Shoe, the true legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil; showing how the horse shoe came to be a charm against witchcraft With illustrations drawn by G.

Cruickshank, etc" Author(s): Flight, Edward G. [person] ; Cruikshank, George, [person] British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store ff ()" Page: 16 (scanned page number - not Views: K.Happy Spook-tober from Saugus Iron Works!

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Dunstan and the Devil.” St. Dunstan was a blacksmith who enjoyed playing the harp and singing when he wasn’t working on his anvil.