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Gwenevere and the Round Table by Wendy Berg

Following on from the impressive and scholarly Red Tree, White Tree, Wendy Berg delivers the hotly anticipated sequel, Gwenevere and the Round Table.  Where the first book was a comprehensive study of a variety of Arthurian sources the second is … Continue reading

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*NEW* Gareth Knight *LIMITED EDITION* Hardback

All New ‘Limited Edition’ Hardback of Gareth Knight’s autobiography – I Called it Magic Skylight Press is offering a special clothbound hardback edition of Gareth Knight’s new autobiography in recognition of his illustrious career as a writer and scholar in … Continue reading

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The Romance of the Faery Melusine: translated by Gareth Knight from a novel by André Lebey

Little is known about the 15th Century trouvere, Jean d’Arras, except that he was one of the first to chronicle the story of Melusine and the noble history of Lusignans, somewhere between 1382 and 1394.  Like most tales of the … Continue reading

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