The Thirty-first of June: A Tale of True Love, Enterprise, and Progress, in the Arthurian and Ad-atomic Ages

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Doubleday, 1961 - Arthurian romances - 168 pages
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The medieval and modern world collide, when an enchantor named Malgrim gives Princess Melicent of Camelot a magic mirror in which she can see the face of anyone who thinks of her. Meanwhile, in the twentieth century, Sam Penty, dreaming up a new campaign for his ad agency's stocking account, thinks of using an illustration of an Arthurian princess.

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This is a novella that began life as a play. The theme is mob psychology, and the effects of this condition on reality, or at laest human behaviour. If everyone believes it is the thirty-first of June ... Read full review


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