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The Story of the Champions of the Round Table (1905)

by Howard Pyle

Series: Round Table (Book 2)

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Now foremost of all those queens was Queen Morgana le Fay (who was King Arthur's sister, and a potent, wicked enchantress, of whom much hath been told in the Book of King Arthur), and besides Queen Morgana there was the Queen of North Wales, and the Queen of Eastland, and the Queen of the Outer Isles.… (more)
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  Mustygusher | Dec 1, 2022 |
The Pyle retellings of the Arthur stories were the version which meant "Arthur" to me when I was young. I loved the illustrations and was not put off by the "forsoothly" language. I originally read them in big fat hardcover versions in the Bowling Green Ohio Public Library and only bought these paperback Dover reprints more recently. ( )
  antiquary | Sep 17, 2013 |
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Now foremost of all those queens was Queen Morgana le Fay (who was King Arthur's sister, and a potent, wicked enchantress, of whom much hath been told in the Book of King Arthur), and besides Queen Morgana there was the Queen of North Wales, and the Queen of Eastland, and the Queen of the Outer Isles.

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