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Parnassus

Page history last edited by Thomas Kutzli 2 years, 3 months ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Parnassus Mountain in Greece. Delphi layes on it's feet.

 

 

Note the similarity with Stampa's mountains!

 

The name "Parnassus" in literature typically refers to its distinction as the home of poetry, literature, and learning. Thus, it receives mention in such works as the Parnassus Plays (referring to the University of Cambridge); John Clare's "To the Rural Muse," Christopher Morley's Parnassus on Wheels (referring to a mobile bookseller); and the "New Parnassus," the salon of Marguerite of Navarre. In Edward Albee's play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," Parnassus is also mentioned in this manner. The Parisian region of Montparnasse has it's name from, and indeed many "muses" lived there.

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