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The main characters of The Mists of Avalon: Avalon Book 7 novel are Morgause, Igraine. The book has been awarded with Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel (1984), Edgar Awards and many others.
One of the Best Works of Marion Zimmer Bradley. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 213 pages and is available in Encadernação para biblioteca format for offline reading.
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|Author:||Marion Zimmer Bradley|
|Book Format:||Encadernação para biblioteca|
|Original Title:||The Mists of Avalon: Avalon Book 7|
|Number Of Pages:||213 pages|
|First Published in:||December 1982|
|Awards:||Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel (1984)|
|Generes:||Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, Historical Fiction, Mythology, Arthurian, Fantasy, Mythology, Science Fiction Fantasy, Historical, Classics, Romance, Fantasy, Magic,|
|Main Characters:||Morgause, Igraine, Viviane, Uther, Gorlois|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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Any book of this complexity drives its author to sources far too many to be listed in entirety. I should probably cite, first, my late grandfather, John Roscoe Conklin, who gave me a battered old copy of the Sidney Lanier edition of the Tales of King Arthur, which I read so often that I virtually memorized the whole thing before I was ten years old. My imagination was also stirred by varied sources such as the illustrated weekly Tales of Prince Valiant; and in my fifteenth year I played hooky from school far oftener than anyone realized to hide in the library of the Department of Education in Albany, New York, reading my way through a ten-volume edition of James Frazer’s The Golden Bough and a fifteen-volume set of books on comparative religions, including an enormous volume on the Druids and Celtic religions.
In direct research for the present volume, I should give thanks to Geoffrey Ashe, whose works suggested several directions for further research, and to Jamie George of the Gothic Image bookstore in Glastonbury, who, in addition to showing me the geography of Somerset and the sites of Camelot and Guinevere’s kingdom (for the purposes of this book, I accept the current theory that Camelot was the Cadbury Castle site in Somerset), guided me through the Glastonbury pilgrimage. He also drew my attention to the persistent traditions surrounding Chalice Well in Glastonbury, and the long-standing belief that Joseph of Arimathea had planted the Holy Thorn on Wearyall Hill; I also saw there many materials exploring the Celtic tradition that Jesus Christ had been educated in the wisdom religion at the temple that once stood on Glastonbury Tor.
For material on pre-Augustinian Christianity, I have used, by permission, a privately circulated manuscript entitled “The Pre-Constantine Mass: A Conjecture,” by Father Randall Garrett; I have also drawn upon materials from the Syro-Chaldean liturgies, including the Holy Orbana of St. Serapion, as well as liturgical materials from local groups of St. Thomas Christians and Pre-Nicene Catholic groups. The excerpts from Scripture, especially the Pentecost story and the Magnificat, were translated for me from the Greek Testaments by Walter Breen; I should also cite Christine Hartley’s The Western Mystery Tradition and Dion Fortune’s Avalon of the Heart.
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