Tag Archives: Arthurian mythos

Excalibur

Asher Black penned this review. Here is a tale of human folly — “Whatever the cost, do it”. Of a noble dream – “One land, one king!” Of magic – “Can’t you see all around you the Dragon’s breath?” Of … Continue reading

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Kevin Crossley-Holland’s The Seeing Stone: Book One of the Arthur Trilogy 

Rebecca Swain penned this review. I found this novel for children aged 9-12 delightful and informative. It is the story of Arthur de Caldicot, a curious, ambitious young boy growing up in medieval England, near the Welsh border. Arthur has a … Continue reading

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Terry Gilliam’s The Fisher King

There was once a king. On the eve of his coronation, he spent the night alone in the forest, as was customary, to prove his bravery and his worthiness to rule. A vision came to him of a beautiful golden … Continue reading

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Maddy Prior’s Arthur The King

No’am Newman wrote this review. There was actually a minor – but dignified – scuffle in the Green Man editorial room as to who would have the right to review this disk. Such is the pedigree of Maddy Prior — one of … Continue reading

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