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   Wolf and the Crown, The, by A. A. Attanasio  
  Novel, first publication in April 1998 , latest edition in April 1999
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      A.A. Attanasio presents a flamboyant recounting of the myths of Camelot in The Wolf and the Crown, which continues the story of The Dragon and the Unicorn and The Eagle and the Sword. This particular Camelot features a demonic Merlin, Hollow Hills full of tiny faeries "in nightgowns of fog and sticky halos," and a callow High King whose devout prayers to Mary close each of his viewpoint chapters. Attanasio loves the surface flash of words, and The Wolf and the Crown is as dazzling as a jeweled necklace, with occasional flaws, such as references to Brownian motion or "Bunsen blue," that intrude into the concoction of fantasy, mythology, and Arthurian lore. The myths of Camelot, dear to fantasy readers, provide Attanasio with the perfect setting for his intricate lapidary.

    Source: Blaise Selby,

      Part of series  
  • Tales of Arthor (#3)

      Related theme(s)  
  • King Arthur - Round Table - Merlin
  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards

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