I, Morgain: A Novella

I Morgain A Novella Six years after her life had ended Morgain King Arthur s half sister was subjected to unremitting calumny by the recorders of Arthurian History beginning with Geoffregy of Monmouth and Sir Thomas

  • Title: I, Morgain: A Novella
  • Author: Harry Robin
  • ISBN: 9780828320047
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Six years after her life had ended, Morgain, King Arthur s half sister, was subjected to unremitting calumny by the recorders of Arthurian History , beginning with Geoffregy of Monmouth and Sir Thomas Malory For them and subsequent writers, Morgain was the thorn in Arthur s career, invariably described as sorceress, a troublemaker, envious and evil in short, as a womanSix years after her life had ended, Morgain, King Arthur s half sister, was subjected to unremitting calumny by the recorders of Arthurian History , beginning with Geoffregy of Monmouth and Sir Thomas Malory For them and subsequent writers, Morgain was the thorn in Arthur s career, invariably described as sorceress, a troublemaker, envious and evil in short, as a woman of less than one dimension Geoffrey and Malory wrote to entertain noblemen and the high clergy, who appreciated the implicit approval and encouragement of their status as men.

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    One thought on “I, Morgain: A Novella”

    1. Like many fantasy nerds, I'm a big fan of all things Arthurian. Like many pseudo-goth dark fantasy fangirls who approach the world with a healthy dose of feminist rage, I am also a big fan of Morgan LeFay. I've been searching a long time for a really good book from Morgan's point of view in which she also retains her villainous role, something you don't see often in the post-Mists-of-Avalon landscape.This is not that book.Oh, it's definitely from her perspective, and she's definitely the villain [...]

    2. Read this right after Mist of Avalon, a hard act to follow, when I was on a Arthurian legends kick. It's a nice simple read that is very by the numbers.

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