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Merlin's Booke (1986)
by Jane Yolen
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Jane Yolen breathes new life into the timeless Camelot legend with a revamped history of King Arthur's powerful mentor: the great magician MerlinThere is perhaps no more beloved and enduring myth in the Western canon than the story of King Arthur, his knights, Queen Guinevere, and of course, his mysterious tutor and magical advisor, Merlin. A sorcerer, sage, prophet, and teacher, Merlin's mysterious life has inspired a vast array of classic works while giving rise to numerous conflicting legends. Here, award-winning author Jane Yolen, one of the most acclaimed fantasy writers of our time, retells Merlin's tales as never before.?Through a series of stories and poems ranging across centuries?from the days of Merlin's childhood as a feral boy to the possible discovery of his bones in a much later era?Yolen reimagines both the glory and grimness of Camelot, recalling characters and events from Arthurian legend, while ingeniously inventing new myths and dark fables. Merlin's Booke is a brilliant patchwork, made up of tales that explore the mysteries of King Arthur's world and the terrible magic that pervaded it.?This ebook features a personal history by Jane Yolen including rare images from the author's personal collection,?as well as a note from the author about the making of the book.
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