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The Wood Beyond the World

by William Morris

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bound: 272 pages
publisher: Dover Publications; Facsimile of Kelmscott P ed edition (April 19, 2017)
lang: English
isbn: 048622791X, 978-0486227917,
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There they ate a morsel and drank a cup together while all beheld them; and then they were brought forth, and a white horse of the goodliest, well bedight, brought for each of them, and thereon they mounted and went their ways together, by the lane which the huge throng made for them, to the great church, for the hallowing and the crowning; and they were led by one squire alone, and he unarmed; for such was the custom of Stark-wall when a new king should be hallowed: so came they to the great church (for that folk was not miscreant, so to say), and they entered it, they two alone, and went into the choir: and when they had stood there a little while wondering at their lot, they heard how the bells fell a-ringing tunefully over their heads; and then drew near the sound of many trumpets blowing together, and thereafter the voices of many folk singing; and then were the great doors thrown open, and the bishop and his priests came into the church with singing and minstrelsy, and thereafter came the whole throng of the folk, and presently the nave of the church was filled by it, as when the water follows the cutting of the dam, and fills up the dykeBut by thine oath, and thy love, and all that thou art, I adjure thee come not unto me this night as I bade thee! but be hidden in the hazel-copse outside the house, as it draws toward midnight, and abide me thereThe late king having died, Walter and his new love are hailed as the new monarchsBut what is the other chance?”1.E.7


Notably, it's written in faux-archaic language in mimicry of medieval romances, and the plot has more than a hint of adolescent wish-fulfillmentContents 1 Plot 2 Reception 3 References 4 Further reading 5 External links If you like Beowulf for it's styleChapter XIII: Now Is The Hunt Up“Art thou not happy then, Squire of my Lady?” said the other


LIMITED WARRANTY, DISCLAIMER OF DAMAGES - Except for the "Right of Replacement or Refund" described in paragraph 1.F.3, the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, the owner of the Project Gutenberg-tm trademark, and any other party distributing a Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work under this agreement, disclaim all liability to you for damages, costs and expenses, including legal feesA book like this written today would probably be considered garbage (at least to publishers and literary critics), but at the time it was written it was really something new and special.The biggest flaw, I found, was that the fantasy setting never quite enchanted me, never drew me in or seemed to come to life the way the worlds of Tolkien, Dunsany, and Lewis doThe lady has magical powers; the maid does also, though not so stronglyBut whatever were thy need herein before, now is there no more need; for my Mistress, of whom thou wert weary, is now grown weary of thee, and belike will not now reward me for drawing thy love to me, as once she would have done; to wit, before the coming of this strangerNow, on the morrow, when Walter was awake, he found there was no one lying beside him, and the day was no longer very young; so he arose, and went through the garden from end to end, and all about, and there was none there; and albeit that he dreaded to meet the Lady there, yet was he sad at heart and fearful of what might betideShall we be still together?”


.but next I must needs tell thee of things whereof I wot, and thou wottest not."It took me a couple of readings to wot what was meant thereBut he said: “Thou sayest, rest; but are we now out of all peril of the chase?”She said: “There behind the great grey rock is my bath, friend; and here is thine; and lo! the uprising of the sun!”As to the Maid, she so waxed in loveliness and kindness, that it was a year’s joy for any to have cast eyes upon her in street or on field“Yea,” said he, “and foemen withal; and a false woman waylayeth my life there.”


Next, my friend, even whiles we were talking together at the Well of the Rock, I was pondering on what we should do to escape from this land of liesStill he spake not; but she said: “Friend, this at least I will pray thee; not to play with life and death; with happiness and miseryAt last she stayed her swift feet, and turned round on Walter, and said: “Squire, come hither.”The Ballantine edition includes an introduction by Lin CarterIn the old days, I see I could have gone without my occasional dieting resolutions.My goal in re-reading these old gems is, first, to ingest the ones Ive managed to miss in my omnivorous reading career, and second, to see whether the book still has something to offer modern readersWhen he had been gone a little, Walter rose up heedfully; he had with him a scrip wherein was some cheese and hard-fish, and a little flasket of wine; a short bow he had with him, and a quiver of arrows; and he was girt with a strong and good sword, and a wood-knife withalv t e Works by William Morris Stories Golden Wings and Other Stories (1856) Poetry "The Haystack in the Floods" (1858) "Masters in This Hall" (1860) The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs (1876) Novels A Dream of John Ball (1888) The House of the Wolfings (1889) The Roots of the Mountains (1889) News from Nowhere (1890) The Story of the Glittering Plain (1891) The Wood Beyond the World (1894) Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair (1895) The Well at the World's End (1896) The Water of the Wondrous Isles (1897) The Sundering Flood (1897) But this troubled him little, whereas he looked to find wild fruits here and there and to shoot some small deer, as hare or coney, and make a shift to cook the same, since he had with him flint and fire-steel 3cf411504a

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