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by Kevin Crossley-Holland


Medieval Lovers: A Book of Days epub

ISBN: 1555842992

ISBN13: 978-1555842994

Author: Kevin Crossley-Holland

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Language: English

Publisher: Grove Pr; 1st Edition / 1st Printing edition (October 1, 1988)

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Crossley-Holland has translated Beowulf from the Anglo-Saxon, and his retellings of traditional tales include The Penguin Book of Norse Myths and British Folk Tales (reissued as The Magic Lands).

Crossley-Holland has translated Beowulf from the Anglo-Saxon, and his retellings of traditional tales include The Penguin Book of Norse Myths and British Folk Tales (reissued as The Magic Lands). His collaborations with composers include two operas with Nicola Lefanu ("The Green Children" and "The Wildman") and one with Rupert Bawden, "The Sailor’s Tale"; song cycles with Sir Arthur Bliss and William Mathias; and a carol with Stephen Paulus for King’s College, Cambridge.

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Kevin Crossley-Holland was born in 1941 in North Buckinghamshire and grew up in the Chilterns Medieval Lovers: a Book of Days.

Kevin Crossley-Holland was born in 1941 in North Buckinghamshire and grew up in the Chilterns. He studied at Oxford University, where he developed a passion for Anglo-Saxon literature. He became Gregory Fellow in Poetry at the University of Leeds and lecturer in Anglo-Saxon for the Tufts University of London programme from 1972-1977. Spiritual dimensions are important to Crossley-Holland’s work, particularly in his more recent poetry. Medieval Lovers: a Book of Days.

Kevin Crossley-Holland was born in 1941 in Mursley, North Buckinghamshire, and grew up in Whiteleaf, a village in the Chiltern hills of western England. He attended Oxford University, where after failing his first exams, he developed his passion for Anglo-Saxon literature

Kevin Crossley-Holland was born in 1941 in Mursley, North Buckinghamshire, and grew up in Whiteleaf, a village in the Chiltern hills of western England. He attended Oxford University, where after failing his first exams, he developed his passion for Anglo-Saxon literature. After graduating, he was the Gregory Fellow in Poetry at the University of Leeds, and from 1972–1977, he lectured in Anglo-Saxon for the Tufts University of London program.

Kevin Crossley-Holland has published six volumes of adult poetry and several libretti for opera. In the world of children’s books, he is best known for his numerous retellings and anthologies, and in particular his version of Beowolf. Storm, his novella, won the Carnegie Medal in 1985. The Seeing Stone, published by Scholastic, is his only other work of original fiction. White is the inevitable comparison for Kevin Crossley-Holland’s new novel, American readers will also be reminded of Karen Cushman, for the earthy, rich portrayal of life in a medieval manor.

A Book of Very Short Stories (1998). Some books that show a person how to apply eye makeup are Making Faces by Kevin Aucoin, The Girls' Book of Glamour by Sally Jeffrie, Style Eyes by Taylor Chang Babaian, and others

A Book of Very Short Stories (1998). Enchantment: Fairy Tales, Ghost Stories and Tales of Wonder (2000). Selected Poems (poems) (2001). Some books that show a person how to apply eye makeup are Making Faces by Kevin Aucoin, The Girls' Book of Glamour by Sally Jeffrie, Style Eyes by Taylor Chang Babaian, and others. Fastest hundred in World Cup Cricket?

Kevin John William Crossley-Holland (born 7 February 1941) is an English translator, children's author and poet.

Kevin John William Crossley-Holland (born 7 February 1941) is an English translator, children's author and poet. His best known work is probably the Arthur trilogy (2000–2003), for which he won the Guardian Prize and other recognition. Crossley-Holland and his 1985 novella Storm won the annual Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year's outstanding children's book by a British author.

Kevin Crossley-Holland. Flag as Inappropriate. Some of his books, including the Arthur trilogy, reinterpret medieval legends. Kevin John William Crossley-Holland (born 7 February 1941) is an English translator, children's author and poet. His best known work may now be the Arthur trilogy, published around age sixty (2000–2003), for which he won the Guardian Prize and other recognition. He also writes definitive collections of Norse myths (The Penguin Book of Norse Myths) and British and Irish folk tales (The Magic Lands: Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland).

This is a book for art lovers to admire, poets to praise, and families to read .

This is a book for art lovers to admire, poets to praise, and families to read together and treasure. Kevin Crossley-Holland has published six volumes of adult poetry and several libretti for opera.

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