An unusual era in history to fill a real need in school and library in this story of the founding of Britain by the Trojan...

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An unusual era in history to fill a real need in school and library in this story of the founding of Britain by the Trojan warriors. Young Bruttys, Prince of Trey, has long been the subject of dispute as to the authenticity of the legend which links- in historical continuity -- the story of the fall of Troy with the founding of Britannia. In any case, here -- so far as I know -- is the first retelling of this legend as an exciting tale of adventure for modern youth. Bruttys is forced to flee when he accidentally wounds and kills his father. With a loyal band and a younger led who he thinks is his brother, he makes his way across sea and land to the country later known as England. Well -- told and good reading.

Pub Date: Nov. 9, 1946

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Roy

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1946