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Yes, another Gerald Morris character. Are you tired of them yet? I hope not:)
Morris excels at creating characters within the magical, chivalrous world of King Arthur that poke fun at or expose the very ideals they don’t match up with, and he manages to do so without being cynical or overly romantic. 243 more words
Here’s an excellent example of how children’s books can serve to illustrate difficult realities both of the past and the present.
In Parsifal’s Page by Gerald Morris, Parsifal the would-be knight and his page Piers come upon a sobbing woman on an old mare. 607 more words