Haita The Shepherd. Haita The Shepherd. Haita The Shepherd by Ambrose Bierce. He rose with the sun and went forth to pray at the shrine of Hastur, the god of shepherds, who heard and was pleased. He rose with the sun and went forth to pray at the shrine of Hastur, the god of shepherds, who heard and was pleased. In the heart of Haita the illusions of youth had not been supplanted by those of age and experience. Haita the Shepherd's page. Story 23: Haita The Shepherd In the heart of Haita the illusions of youth had not been supplanted by those of age and experience. Alias of James Keegan.. In the heart of Haita the illusions of youth had not been supplanted by those of age and experience. A shepherd who lives a simple but happy life under the watchful eye of the god Hastur begins to question the meaning of his existence. Haita is a naive shepherd who prays at the shrine of Hastur, god of shepherds, and knows nothing of his origin. The Applicant An Arrest At Old Man Eckert's A Baby Tramp A Baffled Ambuscade The Baptism of Dobsho The Boarded Window Haita the Shepherd by Ambrose Bierce, released 25 January 2016 1. In the heart of Haita the illusions of youth had not been supplanted by those of age and experience. Haita the Shepherd From Bierce's "Can Such Things Be?" Visit these other works by Ambrose Bierce. Profile. 10 min read. Hastur first appeared in Ambrose Bierce's short story "Haïta the Shepherd" as a benign god of shepherds.Hastur is briefly mentioned in H. P. Lovecraft's The Whisperer in Darkness; previously, Robert W. Chambers had used the name in his own stories to represent both a person and a place associated with the names of several stars, including Aldebaran. Aliases Haita the Shepherd by Ambrose Bierce The following is the complete text of Ambrose Bierce's Haita the Shepherd. His thoughts were pure and pleasant, for his life was simple and his soul devoid of ambition. His thoughts were pure and pleasant, for his life was simple and his soul devoid of ambition.
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Haita The Shepherd by Ambrose Bierce. Ambrose Bierce's "Haita the Shepherd" is—strangely enough—about a shepherd name Haita. His thoughts were pure and pleasant, for his life was simple and his soul devoid of ambition. collection.