There is also Guy Gavriel Kay's excellent trilogy: The Fionavar Tapestry,
which features the Wild Hunt and an Antlered God.
Mary Jo Kapsalis
>From: Cat Eldridge <cat@...>
>Subject: Re: [mythsoc] Antlered Figure Herne/Cernunnos
>Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 07:37:26 -0500
> >Susan Cooper's The Dark is Rising series is about the only fictional
> >reference I have found (which doesn't say a lot), and there he is known
> >Herne, Master of the Wild Hunt.
>He also figures in Jane Yolen's The Wild Hunt, Charles de Lint's
>Greenmantle, Alan Garner's THe Moon of Gomrath, W. Harrison's Ainsworth's
>Herne the Hunter, Diane Daune's The Wizard Abroad, and Mildred Broxon's Too
>Long a Sacrifice. I suspect there are other novels with a herne the Hunter
>motif but those are the ones I know about.
>NR -- Brian McNeill's second busker novel, To Answer the Peacock, and
>Madeline L'Engle's Severed Wasp
>NP -- Pogues, Red Roses for Me
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