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The Assemble of Goddess by Anonymous is a captivating and thought-provoking novel that delves into the lives of remarkable women throughout history. With an intriguing narrative structure, the book seamlessly weaves together the stories of different goddesses, highlighting their strengths, struggles, and the timeless wisdom they impart.

What sets this novel apart is the nuanced exploration of femininity, power, and the role of women in society. Each goddess is portrayed with depth and sensitivity, allowing readers to empathize with their triumphs as well as their vulnerabilities. The author skillfully integrates various mythologies and ancient tales, taking readers on a journey through time and culture.

Another notable aspect of the book is the lyrical prose, which adds a layer of enchantment to the storytelling. The descriptions are vivid and evocative, transporting readers to lush landscapes, mystical realms, and celestial domains. The author masterfully captures the essence of each goddess, bringing them to life with authenticity and reverence.

Furthermore, The Assemble of Goddess offers a refreshing perspective on femininity and its manifestations. It challenges existing gender norms and celebrates the diversity and strength of women. This book serves as a reminder that goddesses, just like mortal women, possess a multitude of qualities and talents that should be recognized and revered.

However, the novel does have a few minor shortcomings. The non-linear nature of the narrative may be confusing at times, requiring readers to closely follow the shifting timelines and characters. Additionally, the anonymity of the author, while providing intrigue, may lead some readers to question the authenticity or authority behind the stories presented.

Despite these minor drawbacks, The Assemble of Goddess remains a compelling and empowering read. It presents an inclusive and feminist perspective that resonates in today's world. The book invites readers to embrace their own divinity, to celebrate the goddess within, and to appreciate the complexities and beauty of femininity.

Overall, The Assemble of Goddess is an enchanting and inspiring novel that explores the divine feminine in all its glory. It is a celebration of women throughout history, reminding us of their invaluable contributions to society. Whether you are a mythology enthusiast or simply seeking a captivating and empowering read, this book is a must-read.

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[Transcriber's note: Until recently this work was attributed to John Lydgate, but now most scholars consider that the author is unknown. The first mention of Lydgate's authorship of this work was made by Stephen Hawes in 1505 as one of Lydgate's seven major works. But many scholars have doubted over the years that this poem was written by Lydgate, because the style used doesn't greatly resemble the style of Lydgate's other works, and the vocabulary is somewhat more modern than Lydgate is known to have used. Modern scholars believe that this work was written between 1478 and 1483 (about forty years after Lydgate's death). Analysis of style and vocabulary have led scholars to conclude that the author might have been a woman. For further information about this poem please see The Assembly of Gods, edited by Jane Chance, published by Medieval Institute Publications, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1999, ISBN: 1580440223, which is also available online at

The book from which this e book was transcribed is a fascimile reprint of the third printing of this book, made by Wynkyn de Worde circa 1500. The book was printed in blackletter font known as Wynkyn de Worde's type 3, and uses many abbreviations, which I have expanded and rendered inside parenthesis, eg... Continue reading book >>

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