Thus spoke Richard, a little ashamed, perhaps, of his own condescension, though sanctioned both by humanity and gratitude. But when Neville continued to make remonstrances on the peril to his royal person, the King imposed silence on him.
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Review: The Talisman (Tales of the Crusaders #2)User Review - Jefferson - Goodreads
Sir Walter Scott's second Crusades novel, The Talisman (1825), is an absorbing and humorous book set in the holy land during the 3rd Crusade. The Crusaders are not unlike the invading and besieging ... Read full review
Review: The Talisman (Tales of the Crusaders #2)User Review - Bruce - Goodreads
Published in 1825, The Talisman is certainly not Sir Walter Scott's most weighty work in terms of either length, complexity of plot, or profundity, but it is interesting in several respects. Set in ... Read full review
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