The Saxon Tapestry by Sile Rice

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Tells the dramatic story of the last flowering and the tragic end of Anglo-Saxon England. The cadences of Anglo-Saxon poetry illuminate every aspect of Anglo-Saxon life, from the labour of the fields to the grim work of battle.

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Published January 1, 1991 by HODDER & STOUGHTON LTD. 400 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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As Vikings bear down from the north, Harold, successor to Britain's feeble Edward the Confessor, is doomed to yield to Norman rule after Duke William, favored by the pope and treacherously abetted by Harold's brother, invades from across the Channel.

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