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Author:
David Benedictus
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978-0708831168
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0708831168
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Futura Publications; New Ed edition (1986)
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Floating Down to Camelot is a campus novel by David Benedictus published in 1985 and set in Cambridge. The title is drawn from Tennyson's poem The Lady of Shalott, in which while floating down to Camelot the Lady of Shalott apparently dies of a broken heart, caused by the rejection of Sir Lancelot. Benedictus began to write the novel while he was a fellow commoner at Churchill College, Cambridge, and a Judith E. Wilson visiting Fellow in the University.

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