New House and Guto'r Glyn in 1492

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Richard Loomis, 2005 - Fiction - 140 pages
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New House brings to life an imaginary monastery in Wales, through the medium of invented documents that reflect fifteen centuries of history and prayer. The historical essay, "Guto'r Glyn in 1492," complements the fictional New House by examining an actual fifteenth-century Welsh poet in the age when Europe was beginning to map the New World.
 

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Contents

Preface
11
Note for the Ordnance Survey
17
The Brown Book of New House
23
The Life of Gwenllian
35
Prince Mahomet
51
From the Daybook of Rebecca Price
68
The Tears of Elias
74
Note for the Ordnance Survey
81
GutorGlynin 1492
87
The Life of Gutor Glyn
97
Abbreviations
104
The Beaumaris Carvings
117
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