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  • Writer's pictureS.D. Evans

Sir Gawain and the Green Maiden

Sir Gawain and the Green Maiden

Perfect for readers of The Crystal Cave, Mists of Avalon, A Glastonbury Romance


It was a beautiful May morning when Gawain was a young man. The air was mild, and in the fields were meadow-flags and celandines, buttercups and clover, all the pretty flowers of the meadows. The young man was riding towards a tall and sturdy turret, a tower of stone beyond a patch of woodland. He saw it lifting its battlements above the trees and rode quickly towards it.

Image: Glastonbury Tor.

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