The white raven

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W. Morrow, 1988 - Fiction - 411 pages
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Set in a richly evoked Britain after the fall of King Arthur, The White Ravenis a retelling of perhaps the most enduring of all medieval love stories: thetragic triangle of Tristan, Isolde, and Mark.

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User Review  - heidilove - LibraryThing

niecly done retelling of tristan an disolde in the tradition of marion zimmer bradley's retelling of the legend of king arthur. has a bit too much revisionism for my tastes, jsut as does Mists, but if you like one, you'll like the other. Read full review

Contents

The Morholts Race
31
The Tribute of Kernow
47
The Sorcery of Mairenn
63
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Diana L. Paxson, a noted fantasy author who collaborated with Marion Zimmer Bradley on much of her later work, lives in Berkeley, California. She has written twenty books including the Arthurian novel "Hallowed Isle".

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