A Dream of John Ball

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Electric Book Company, 2001 - FICTION - 111 pages
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User Review  - jen.e.moore - LibraryThing

Holy romanticization of the past, Batman! This is basically William Morris: The Condensed version, being one part loving descriptions of English handcrafts and one part condemnation of industrialization, but that doesn't make it any less tedious to read. Read full review

Review: A Dream of John Ball and a King's Lesson

User Review  - Norman Cook - Goodreads

I got bogged down with the formal, 19th-Century prose style, and didn't get much out of reading this book. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER I THE MEN OF KENT
10
CHAPTER II THE MAN FROM ESSEX
17
CHAPTER III THEY MEET AT THE CROSS
24
CHAPTER IV THE VOICE OF JOHN BALL
28
CHAPTER V THEY HEAR TIDINGS OF BATTLE AND MAKE THEM READY
39
CHAPTER VI THE BATTLE AT THE TOWNSHIPS END
47
CHAPTER VII MORE WORDS AT THE CROSS
59
CHAPTER VIII SUPPER AT WILL GREENS
64
CHAPTER IX BETWIXT THE LIVING AND THE DEAD
70
CHAPTER X TWO TALK OF THE DAYS TO COME
77
CHAPTER XI HARD IT IS FOR THE OLD WORLD TO SEE THE NEW
84
CHAPTER XII ILL WOULD CHANGE BE AT WHILES WERE IT NOT FOR THE CHANGE BEYOND THE CHANGE
91
CHAPTER XIII A KINGS LESSON
104
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