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Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur by Bernard Cornwell Summary & Study Guide

Enemy of God A Novel of Arthur by Bernard Cornwell Summary Study Guide This study guide consists of approx pages of chapter summaries quotes character analysis themes and everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Enemy of God A Novel of Arthur This detailed

  • Title: Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur by Bernard Cornwell Summary & Study Guide
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    1. The selection only lists a "summary and study guide," but I read the actual book, apparently unavailable here except for the German version.This was a continuation of my readaloud for Dad. It's getting more difficult for Dad to follow these books. I'll finish the last one, although that will take quite a while, as he zones out and I have to repeat huge chunks that I've already read. After that I think I'll just do short stories. We can try Jack London--he should like those.Anyway, this book got [...]

    2. Camelot it was not- But a great version of the Arthurian myth it was- loved the idea of the 2nd coming loved the idea of druids the Roman cults. Missed a good dose of the Women of the Mists of AvalonAlso liked the reason for Gwens screwing around. A strong women with a good mind wanting to be a player in the world using sex (don"t all women) to get where she wanted to go. A besotted Arthur. Have been reading different versions of the Arthurian myth since Before high school when I saw the play Ca [...]

    3. I didn't like this one as much as The Winter King. It has less of an overall story and is more a collection of stories as the author continues to try to adapt parts of the Arthur canon to his more historically accurate depiction. There is a good story about Merlin's quest to find The Cauldron, but afterwards Merlin and Nimue are mainly sidelined. There is a brief attempt to include a Tristan and Isolde story that doesn't really work. The final part about the Arthur/Guinevere/Lancelot plot is pre [...]

    4. In the second book of the Warlord Chronicles trilogy, Derfel fulfills his oath to Merlin, traveling with him on the Dark Road through Dwirnach’s lands to retrieve the lost Cauldron, part of the lost treasures of Britain before fulfilling his oath to Arthur to fight the Saxons. Derfel and Ceinwyn must leave their farm to look after and raise Mordred, the future king. As the Saxon lords, Aelle and Cerdic try to take the southern lands Arthur and Derfel must fight them and find themselves victori [...]

    5. Part 2 of the Warlord Chronicles, also known as "the Arthur books". I found it difficult to put down. For further info, see my description of "The Winter King". Thanks!

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