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J. Mortiz, 1972 - Fiction - 166 pages
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"Galaor plays with the literary genre of the chivalric novel and explores the most unexpected and humorous angles in its approach. There are numerous references to the classics of the genre, but in at least one aspect, "Galaor is very different from its predecessors: the Sleeping Beauty in this book is not beautiful at all, she is downright ugly. This may explain why, for a long time, no one wants to rescue her. Only the idealist Galaor is able to gather a group of heroes from various countries in order to free her from her spell...but he is not a typical knight in shining armor. Unlike his colleagues, he has serious vocational doubts about the usefulness of his profession. While he seeks an answer to his existential crisis, the dangers that his merry band encounters begin to multiply.

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