/Stories From Le Morte D'Arthur Dent 1924
Stories From The Le Morte D'Arthur And The Mabinogion retold by Beatrice Clay
Long years ago, there ruled over Britain a King called Uther Pendragon. A mighty prince was he, and feared by all men, yet when he sought the love of the fair Igraine of Cornwall, she would have naught to do with him, so that, from grief and disappointment, Uther fell sick, and at last seemed like to die. Now in those days, there lived a famous magician named Merlin, so powerful that he could change his form at will, or even make himself invisible, nor was there any place so remote but that he could reach it at once merely by wishing himself there.
- The King's Treasuries of Literature No. 50 Second Reprint
- Publisher J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, London; 1924
- Red Cloth Hardback With Gilt Title, 192 pp
- Size 155 x 115 mm, 17~3~4, 0.3 kg
Condition: Good - No Dust Jacket, Slight Rubbing To Edges, A Few Pen Marks, Good Reading Copy