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The Story of Meriadoc, King of Cambria

1st Edition

By Mildred Leake Day

Routledge

215 pages

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Published in 1988: The Story of Meriadoc, King of Cambria is about a prince of the kingdom of Cambria (pre-Saxon Wales) who after surviving an attempted assassination by his uncle, fights as a young Knight in the cause of royal justice.

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The Story of Meriadoc, King of Cambria

About the Author

Mildred Leake Day is also the author of The Rise of Gawain, Nephew of Arthur published 1975

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LITERARY CRITICISM / General