Descrizione dell’editore

Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair is a fantasy novel by William Morris. Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair, set in the forested land of Oakenrealm, was Morris' reimagining and recasting of the medieval Lay of Havelock the Dane, with his displaced royal heirs Christopher and Goldilind standing in for the original story's Havelock and Goldborough. Christopher is portrayed as initially ignorant of his true identity, leading to an emotional conflict between the protagonists to reconcile their mutual love and attraction with what they believe to be the profound disparity in their social status and shame of their forced marriage. This situation is resolved when the two fall in with Jack of the Tofts, who gives refuge to Christopher after his sons rescue the hero from an assassination attempt by a servant of the usurper Earl Rolf.

GENERE
Fantascienza e fantasy
PUBBLICATO
1896
1 gennaio
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
198
EDITORE
Public Domain
DIMENSIONE
135.4
KB

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