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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Full of battle-poetry and magic, Sile Rice's The Loom of Battle forms the tragic conclusion to The Saxon Tapestry.
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The Saxon Tapestry book. The cadences of Anglo-Saxon poetry illuminate every aspect of Anglo-Saxon life, from the labour of the fields to the grim work of battle. Sile Rice takes the fragments of medieval history, poetry and legend and transforms them into a historical fantasy of great beauty and power. Publisher: Sile RiceReleased: Jun 19, 2011ISBN: 9781458140715Format: book.
The runes have been cast. Harold is King, and the Viking and Norman invaders believe England is ripe for the plucking. In the resulting slaughter the country is brought to its knees, causing the outlawed Hereward to return. The Loom of Battle brings the saga begun with The Changeling to its harrowing conclusion.
A power struggle ensues which pits brothers Harold and Tostig Godwinesson against each other, while Normans and Vikings covet England from without. Lyrical, tragic and earthy in turns, The Changeling, the first book of The Saxon Tapestry, is a magical portrayal of life in Anglo-Saxon England.
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Sile Rice takes the fragments of medieval history, poetry and legend and transforms them into a historical fantasy of great beauty and power. The Changeling (the First Book of The Saxon Tapestry) - eBook.
To me personally tapestries are the most interesting and delightful form of art, combining as they do picture interest with story interest and texture interest. If to some slight degree I have succeeded in expressing this interest on the pages of my first book, so that it shall please even the casual reader, my labour will not have been in vain. George leland hunter. NEW YORK, October, 1912. The renaissance of tapestries 15. Chapter II gothic tapestries 33. Chapter III renaissance tapestries 77.