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Masks of the Soul

Dullahan Library


a part of Masks of the Soul, by Cienpher.

The Library - Officially the Branch Library of the Dullahan Foundation

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Information on Notable Library Resources

Traditional Mask-Making Techniques
A thin illustrated work that tells the history and different techniques of mask making.

The Art of Fortune-Telling: Tarot Cards by Thalia Chou
A thick tome that describes the meaning and origin of each card, along with a basic guide to tarot reading. Hardcover with a small crystal embedded in the surface.

Christmas Around the World by Christopher Hales
A thin illustrated book filled with Christmas traditions, stories, and beliefs from around the world.

Shamanism History
It speaks of the act of contacting the spirits and the history behind the beliefs. The terminology used can seem somewhat out of place, and it is not the most informative of pieces, yet it is one of the most popular non-fiction works of the library.

Pasteurizing Sheep - A History of Wool Farming
The cover is covered with a small patch of white fur, and the reasons for it remain unknown. The book is one of the largest tomes in the library as well - and it was written by an anonymous person in the early 21st century. There seems to be an unusual amount of pencil marks in this edition. especially past the 105th page.

A Listing of Archaic Ruin Tours
A new edition of this series appears annually and lists the contact information of all the various tours in Throme and the surrounding area. It seems that some of the numbers are always out of mislisted, although corrections to such are barely made from the older version so newer ones.

Across the Jaegrkaen Ranges by Agatha Dyne
A long novel about a hero's trip across the tallest mountain ranges to the edge of the ocean, it describes the opening of new horizons.It possesses a golden cover and flashes quite brightly when sunlight hits it.

The Sword in the Dome by Lotta Wurds
A remake of the legend of King Arthur by Lotta Wurds. As probably noted by everyone who picks up this book, it is the thickest book in the entire library. It is part of the Kingdom Series by the same author, which has gathered great renown as the series in which the author takes the largest amount of words to get through a relatively short part of the entire plot.

Loyalty's Worth by Selena Ting
A novel about a king who deals with the political intrigue in his court while remarkably attempting to keep his head on his neck. It???s one of the most important fiction books in Throme written in the past century or so, but only the 2003 edition of this book is in the list. There are often bookmarks left in this novel.

Cabbage Farming - A How-To Guide by Micah Faret
Despite its name, this book belongs in the fiction section. It tells the story of a cabbage farmer and how he lived through life - it's quite humorous.

Other media:
Documentary about Throme and its Masks
A simple DVD about Throme and the various facets that it possesses.

Video cassette about Diseases and How They Spread through Felines
An cassette type so old that devices that can play it are extremely rare. Even still, despite its malfunctioning and difficult nature, its frequent reservations keep it a place on this listing.
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Dullahan Library

The Library - Officially the Branch Library of the Dullahan Foundation


Dullahan Library is a part of Throme.