The Mists of Avalon
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Originally published: [New York] : A.A. Knopf, 1982
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This classic fantasy novel retells the King Arthur legends from the perspective of Morgan le Fay, and is full of intrigue and scheming, much like the Song of Ice and Fire.
There's two sides to every story and this modern classic tells the Arthurian legend from the point of view of the sorceress Morgana.
Morgan le Fay (Morgaine) turns against Arthur when she thinks he has betrayed the old religion of Avalon.
A massive, exquisitely crafted recreation of the Arthurian legend as seen through the eyes of Morgaine and Viviane, King Arthur's sister and aunt, respectively, and Arthur's wife, Guinevere.
A retelling of the Arthurian saga from the perspective of women, the story focuses on the clash between pagan and Christian worlds,
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Morgan le Fay turns against her younger brother Arthur when she thinks he has betrayed the old religion of Avalon.
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