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Best King Arthur Adaptations

It’s pretty amazing that the King Arthur legends have been around for about fifteen centuries- entertaining global audiences for nine- and still hold up today. Storytellers have drawn out many narratives from Arthurian legends, using various character point of views and a variety of mediums. 502 more words


Review #2: The Sword of the Rightful King by Jane Yolen

Hi guys! Sorry for my absence. I’ve been super busy trying to get my stuff together for school. I know I missed TBR Tuesday this week, but I figured I’d just post one next week instead of posting it on a Wednesday. 629 more words

Le Fay (series)

I hate writing negative reviews. I don’t ever want to turn someone off reading a book or series – just because something didn’t work for me, doesn’t mean it won’t work for someone else. 807 more words


No. 7: Damsel in Distress?

The Literary Stick No. 7: Damsel in Distress?

So two things are happening in today’s comic. One: I’m telling you about the character archetype of the damsel in distress. 326 more words

Archetypes (all)

On the Shelf: The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley

This is one of those books that have been sitting on the shelf for years, waiting to be read.  I knew I’d get to it eventually… and now I have. 312 more words

Flame of the West- Caesar's Sword III by David Pilling

The finale to this trilogy about the grandson of Arthur follows Coel back to Constantinople as he makes a new life after leaving Belisarius and the Roman Army behind.   49 more words

Book Review

Ladies of Legend: Guinevere

References: Women of Camelot: queens and enchantresses at the court of King Arthur (Orchard Australia, 2000) by Mary Hoffman, Le Morte d’Arthur in two volumes: volume one and volume two (J.M. 2,568 more words

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