The white raven

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W. Morrow, 1988 - Fiction - 411 pages
9 Reviews
Set in a richly evoked Britain after the fall of King Arthur, The White Ravenis a retelling of perhaps the most enduring of all medieval love stories: thetragic triangle of Tristan, Isolde, and Mark.

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User Review  - Raven Oak - Goodreads

As a hormonal teenager, reading about the love triangle of Drustan & Esseilte and Marc'h, King of Kernow (Cornwall) meant something I could identify with as a young teen in love. I loved the novel ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rena Sherwood - Goodreads

Oh, please. Has dialogue like "I need to feel his manhood throbbing between my legs." Silly take on a legend. Read full review

Contents

The Morholts Race
31
The Tribute of Kernow
47
The Sorcery of Mairenn
63
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Diana L. Paxson, a noted fantasy author who collaborated with Marion Zimmer Bradley on much of her later work, lives in Berkeley, California. She has written twenty books including the Arthurian novel "Hallowed Isle".

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