- Author:Rudiger Robert Beer
- Publisher:Van Nostrand Reinhold; New edition edition (November 1, 1977)
- Pages:215 pages
- FB2 format1832 kb
- ePUB format1680 kb
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Unicorn : myth and reality. by. Beer, Rüdiger Robert. Translation of Einhorn: Fabelwelt und Wirklichkeit.
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by Rudiger Robert Beer. A history of the unicorn in art and literature reveals much about the contrasting beliefs this fabulous animal has symbolized since its first appearances in Grecian culture. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780442805838. Release Date:January 1977.
Upon hearing of the riddle, Captain Haddock explains that the Unicorn was a 17th-century warship captained by his ancestor, Sir Francis Haddock, but seized by a pirate band led by Red Rackham.
A history of the unicorn in art and literature reveals much about the contrasting beliefs this fabulous animal has symbolized since its first appearances in Grecian culture show more. Format Hardback 215 pages.