THE LADY OF THE LINDEN TREE by Barbara Leonie Pi
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THE LADY OF THE LINDEN TREE

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A perennial admirer of myths, legends and fairy stories and an accomplished reteller of familiar ones, now tries her hand at creating a few of her own -- an effort which exciting results. Miss is able to combine the enchantment and style of old favorites with a refreshing array of new situations. The Lady of the Linden Tree is a case in point. Here the knight displays the essence of chivalry by fulfilling the wishes of a woman of respect for her humanity. Needless to say she is and transferred by the knight's deeds. Homage to tradition? Indeed, but the is mate. The witty, the wicked and the wise are all here as the and the enchanted, the king and the princess, the goblin and the goat are attractively arranged in sparkling new wrappings. A dozen provocative entertainments.

Publisher: Criterion