The Gnome Lexicon

The Gnome Lexicon The Gnome Lexicon is a comprehensive study on gnome lore Altogether there are seventy plus gnomes that represent fifty nine cultures included in the book They are divided up into twelve chapters accor

  • Title: The Gnome Lexicon
  • Author: Marcia Lewandowski
  • ISBN: 9780983257301
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Gnome Lexicon is a comprehensive study on gnome lore Altogether there are seventy plus gnomes that represent fifty nine cultures included in the book They are divided up into twelve chapters according to where they reside, for example, Hearth and Home, Forest and Jungle, and Sea, Stream, and Swamp Each gnome has at least one page some have up to four so the reader cThe Gnome Lexicon is a comprehensive study on gnome lore Altogether there are seventy plus gnomes that represent fifty nine cultures included in the book They are divided up into twelve chapters according to where they reside, for example, Hearth and Home, Forest and Jungle, and Sea, Stream, and Swamp Each gnome has at least one page some have up to four so the reader can be introduced to each one in detail what they look like, what corner of the world they live in, and how they interact with people Some are well known such as the brownie and the leprechaun but also included are obscure gnomes such as the little known Egbere Nigeria and the Bwbach Wales A few have never before been in print others have received just a mention in passing The gnomes are a fascinating mix of merry, incurable tricksters dour, hardworking companions and shy, elusive loners There are also three small sections that cover other gnome essentials ways to see a gnome, their relationship with cats, and why gnomes would rather you not know their names.

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