The Book of Guinevere: Legendary Queen of Camelot

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Saraband, 2004 - Fiction - 96 pages
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'The Book of Guinevere' is an elegant anthology of poetry and prose, literature and legend, with accessible, lively commentary by Arthurian scholar Andrea Hopkins

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Review: The Book of Guinevere: Legendary Queen of Camelot

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The many illustrations of the portrayal of Guinevere were indeed beautiful, but not much historic detail was given other than the different snippets of paragraphs shown from different poems and stories that writers have done about Guinevere over the centuries. Read full review

Review: The Book of Guinevere: Legendary Queen of Camelot

User Review  - Goodreads

The many illustrations of the portrayal of Guinevere were indeed beautiful, but not much historic detail was given other than the different snippets of paragraphs shown from different poems and stories that writers have done about Guinevere over the centuries. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
uincoerc the Young Queen and Bride
52
Further Heading
95
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Andrea Hopkins (Year of Call 1992) was formerly a member of St John's Chambers in Bristol, before leaving civil litigation practice in 1999 to complete an LLM in international human rights law. She then became Legal A dviser to the Police Service of Northern Ireland, and was responsible for advising the police service on the application of human rights to the investigation of crime and the exercise of police powers. She delivered training programmes for
police officers in human rights and police powers, human rights in the investigation of crime, and professional ethics both in the UK and overseas. She is now a legal adviser for Family Rights Group (FRG) a charity established in 1974 to provide advice and support for families whose children are
involved with social services.

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