1930. Magic and ritual are here considered from a new angle, not as
folklore anthropology, superstition, or abnormal psychology, but as
a perfectly natural means of human expression: an attempt to
control and heighten the emotions which are to man as true and as
necessary as the intellect. Contents: Irrational truth; Technique
of the Magician; Primitive rites; The Grail. Mediaeval magician;
Hindu ritual. Vedanta and Raja Yoga. Taoism.; Conversion. Keats and
Tolstoi; Yeats. Modern magic; Behaviorism; Psychoanalysis;
Education and magic; Theater; The ultimate symbol; Notes.
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