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The Green Man

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"Can't go wrong with Nemesis Now" - by Pantherwench (UK)
I collect 'green men' and already have these in reconstituted stone outside. I wanted this set for indoors, all four seasons. Having bought Nemesis Now things before I knew I would get good quality resin plaques. I wasn't disappointed.

"celtic green man wall plaque" - by jackie.62
oh my god I adore these I purchased two for my wiccan garden in my pub they will take pride of place on my gate posts :0)xx

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"like the green man - smaller than expected" - by rona
like the green man - smaller than expected,though dimensions are accurate, but it will fit well with my growing collection of green men, dragons and gargoyles!!
was well packaged but there was a tiny chip at the point of one of the leafs.

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"Absolute shower!" - by Mr. M. G. Blake
School for Scoundrels is of course a five star movie from the golden age of British Comedy movie making. T-T and Carmichael are as superb as ever, and Alaistair Sim's lugubrious mug is a delight (my what a huge growth of earlobe hair he had) as ever.
The Green Man is less successful, a minor entry in the canon, but still a hoot. These are Saturday or Sunday teatime movies now and best enjoyed with crumpets (I say!) marmite and Radio Four on low in the background. A most evocative time of cads and bounders, schemes and scams, farce and frivolity from an era long gone. One can't help but miss seeing roads without cameras or clutter, endless signage and all the detritus of modern life. Both films really talk of the emergent middle classes and the dissolution of the upper in post war austerity Britain.

Sheer delight. Hard cheese!

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"Fascinating book for lovers of literature & legend" - by Totnes Nigel (Devon, UK)
Carolyne Larrington's book explores, in a well informed way, the richness of the folklore of Great Britain. There is an effective informative introduction as to what the book is about and what will be covered. This book is literary ranging very widely from Tolkien to Game of Thrones & Harry Potter with many in between. It takes a deep look into the myth and legends of mostly the British Isles, though touching on other areas, frequently comparing with literature ancient & modern.

Taking the chapter "Black Dog" as an example, Essex, East Anglia, Winston Churchill, Nick Drake, a local folk group, Jersey, Conan-Doyle, Dartmoor, the Welsh borders, Mark Gatiss, Harry Potter all manage to get into the early part of the chapter. After that the author ranges far more widely on the general topic and related topics. My copy was a prepublication copy however the index seemed to be ... full review

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"Green man of may" - by claire bowman
Love this! And will order the others!

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"An absolutely fantastic read!" - by Miss AJ Scott
I loved this book. I've always enjoyed reading novels in which fantasy and the real world get mixed up together. 'The Green Man's Heir', with its ordinary countryside folk, great characters, dryads, woses and a dryad's son, really fit the bill. It's action-packed, but also with great characters that you like, as well as the odd one that you 'love to hate', but with no one-dimensional characterisation. This is the first Juliet E. McKenna that I have read, and I'll certainly be reading more.

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"Green man" - by KHay6
Love this green mans face. Perfect for space on my wall.

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"Five Stars" - by mrs g m morris
Very good arrived promptly ,very pleased with green man .

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"The Green Man" - by Alan Mowat
Bought it to replace my video version. A very 'English' understated ghost story, no blood & guts, very like the series of stories by MR James which the BBC produced years ago. Good cast & story - one to keep.

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"Yule green man" - by lunar chick
This finishes the collection of four. The detail is exceptional. Very good quality, as are they all. I would have liked it to have been bigger ( five and a half inches across , as stated ) , secure hanging on the back , with soft backing so it will not damage the wall. Lovely

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"Awesome tealight holder" - by Daniel Charles (Southampton, England)
Another welcome addition to my room, this tealight holder just looks really cool and fits in with the rest of my display, I'm actually tempted to pick up another one. In the meantime I have picked up plenty of tealights to ensure I get good use out it.

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"Recommended" - by Amazon Customer
This is a very comprehensive survey of the various english cultural personae that can be described as Green Men. It includes a description of the green man faces found almost exclusively in ecclesiastical architecture, and accounts of Green Man-style folk figures such as Jack-in-the-Green and the Burry Man. Coming to this subject with little previous knowledge I found the book to be very informative and easy to read, with a large quantity of illustrations throughout.
When discussing the green man carvings, reference is made to the medieval Golden Legend story of the dead Adam having the seeds of the tree of knowledge planted in his mouth. I felt that this was not explored enough, especially in the context of Christianity adopting existing pagan myths.
Also, the link between these medieval carvings and the folk figures of today seemed tenuous, but the book does not tend to speculate wildly and ... full review

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"Five Stars" - by Sandrina
Lovely craftsmanship and well presented packaging, ideal gift or a present just for you.

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"Well made" - by cerberus (Norfolk,UK)
There is no such thing as a perfect garden glove which is why most of us have several different types in the shed.
These may say thornproof but I would not risk anything really sharp as I'm sure it would penetrate, for that sort of job I use welders gloves.
But these are as good as any I have tried in this type and I recommend as far as I can, I suppose If someone made the perfect glove we would stop buying so many and that would not be good for business.
It will be interesting to see how long they last ?