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See How They Run (New Stories from the…

See How They Run (New Stories from the Mabinogion) (edition 2012)

by Lloyd Jones

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"The eleven stories in the Mabinogion come from two medieval Welsh manuscripts, with roots dating back many centuries earlier. They bring us Celtic mythology, Arthurian romance, and their own view of the Island of Britain. There is enchantment and shape-shifting, conflict, peacemaking, love and betrayal." --Publisher description.… (more)
Title:See How They Run (New Stories from the Mabinogion)
Authors:Lloyd Jones
Info:Seren (2012), Paperback, 200 pages
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Tags:new stories from the mabinogion, mabinogion, welsh, celtic, medieval, middle ages, fairy tales and folklore, fairy tales folklore and mythology, mythology, fairy tales retold, retellings, re-interpretations, bedroom library

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See How They Run (New Stories from the Mabinogion) by Lloyd Jones



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Not a fan of this one. When the main character says he's a shit, is right, and doesn't alter his behaviour, while pursuing obscure revenge for something that goes unexplained for at least -- I didn't finish reading this -- half the novel, well... I love the story of Manawydan in the original Mabinogion and in Evangeline Walton's retellings, but nothing about this one interested me. ( )
  shanaqui | Apr 9, 2013 |
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