The Nightwood

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Tundra Books, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Based on the Celtic folktale of Tamlynne, The Nightwood tells the story of the young daughter of the Earl of March, who is enticed into the nearby wood by the haunting strains of Elfin music. Inside the mysterious forest, Elaine meets Tamlynne, an enchanted young knight in the court of the Elfin Queen. Elaine and Tamlynne fall in love, but in order for Tamlynne to escape the elves, Elaine must pay a terrible price. In the end, mortal love proves stronger than the power of the Elfin Queen and the two lovers are set free. Beautifully illustrated by Robin Muller, this edition of The Nightwood is sure to enchant fairytale lovers of all ages.
 

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User Review  - ElizaJane - LibraryThing

Reason for Reading: I love traditional fairy tales and gorgeous illustrated ones even better! This is a wonderfully lyrical re-telling of the classic Celtic tale of Tamlynne (Tam Lin). Elaine, the ... Read full review

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ROBIN MULLER is an internationally acclaimed author and illustrator of children's books. He received the Studio Magazine Award for Illustration (silver) for The Nightwood, the Governor General's Award for The Magic Paintbrush, and the 1995 IODE Award for The Sorcerer's Apprentice. He was a medalist for the Ezra Jack Keats Memorial Award. Robin Muller lives in Toronto.

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