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Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair

Gelesen von Phil Benson

(4,75 Sterne; 6 Bewertungen)

A prose romance set in the forested kingdom of Oakenrealm, where a squirrel can go about from end to end without touching the ground, in which Christopher wins the fair queen Goldilind, discovers his true identity and reclaims his birthright. In this tale of valour and romance, William Morris reimagined the medieval lay of Havelock the Dane. Child Christopher was originally published by Morris's Kelmscott Press and reprinted in the 1970s as the twelfth volume of the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library. - Summary by Phil Benson (4 hr 42 min)

Chapters

Chapters 1-5

26:12

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Chapters 6-8

34:42

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Chapters 9-13

25:35

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Chapters 14-16

28:24

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Chapters 17-19

25:11

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Chapters 20-24

34:16

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Chapters 25-27

28:23

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Chapters 28-32

32:26

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Chapters 33-35

23:22

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Chapters 36-38

23:44

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