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A retelling of the Arthurian Tales

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A Quick Tip by Volsunga

  • Jul 14, 2010
Its basically a feminist version of the Arthurian legend. In some ways it is somewhat interesting, but a lot of parts are ruined by almost preachy feminism.
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Quick Tip by . July 06, 2010
I'll admit that the cover almost turned me off of this book. But I trusted the friend who loaned it to me and, I'm thankful. This story is epic and unforgettable.
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In this 1982 version of the Arthurian tales, Marion Zimmer Bradley focuses on the story from the perspectives of the female characters, including Morgaine, a Celtic priestess,  Gwenhwyfar, the tragic queen, Viviane a the Celtic high priestess and Morgaine's aunt.
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