Hereward the Wake, Volume 2

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Wildside Press LLC, Sep 1, 2007 - Fiction - 360 pages
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Charles Kingsley (1819-1875) was an English novelist, particularly associated with the West Country and north-east Hampshire. His best known are "Hypatia" (1853), "Hereward the Wake" (1865), and "Westward Ho!" (1855).
  

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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE XXI How Ivo Taillebois marched out of Spalding Town
1
How Hereward sailed for England once AND FOR ALL
12
How Hereward gathered an Army
21
How Archbishop Aldred died of Sorrow
45
How Hereward found a Wiser Man in England than himself
51
How Hereward fulfilled his Words to the Prior of the Golden Borough
65
How they held a Great Meeting in the Hall of Ely
95
How they fought at Aldreth
102
How the Monks of Ely did after their Kind
176
How Hereward went to the Greenwood
193
How Abbot Thorold was put to Ransom
206
How Alftruda wrote to Hereward
222
How Hereward lost Sword Brainbiter
252
How Hereward came in to the King
258
How Torfrida CONFESSED that she
267
How Earl Waltheof was made a Saint
287

How Sir Deda brought News from Ely
111
How Hereward played the Potter and how he cheated the King
121
How they fought again at Aldreth
145
How King William took Counsel of a Churchman
155
How Hereward began to get his Souls
294
How Deeping Fen was drained
318
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A cleric as well as author, Kingsley was an advocate of Christian Socialism. He use historical setings to communicate his ideas. His published works range from sermons and novels to children's literature.

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