Queen Guinevere : and other stories from the court of King Arthur

by Hoffman, Mary, 1945-

Format: Print Book 2015
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"When the messenger rode across our narrow bridge, I was looking out of a window. My blood seemed to stop its journey around my body when I saw the livery of Uther Pendragon. That's the second sight. All the women in our family have it to some extent..." In this dramatic retelling, based on Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, Britain's legendary King Arthur and the tales surrounding him are viewed from the perspective of eight women. Determined and resourceful, they drive the Camelot story through love, hate, intrigue, enchantment and tragedy as, one by one, their voices come swirling out of the mists of time to tell their stories.

Mother of magic: Igrayne's story
Queen of the Round Table: Guinevere's story
Merlin's bane: Nimue's story
The savage damsel: Lyonet's story
Sisters in sorcery: Morgan, Morgause and Elaine
The loathly lady: Ragnell's story
Castle adventurous: Elaine's story
The queen's knight: Guinevere's love for Lancelot
The isle of Avalon: the stories' end.

Additional Information
Series Classics (Frances Lincoln Children's Books)
Subjects Arthur, -- King -- Legends.
Arthurian romances -- Adaptations.
Queens -- England -- Juvenile fiction.
Women -- England -- Juvenile fiction.
Camelot (Legendary place) -- Juvenile fiction.
Kings, queens, rulers, etc. -- Fiction.
Women -- Fiction.
Camelot (Legendary place) -- Fiction.
England -- Fiction.
Publisher London :2015
Other Titles Women of Camelot
Contributors Balit, Christina, illustrator.
Language English
Notes "First published as Women of Camelot in Great Britain in 2000 by Frances Lincoln Children's Books"--Page facing title page.
Description 69 pages : color illustrations, genealogical table ; 28 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 69).
ISBN 9781847807168
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