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by Kevin Crossley-Holland
Green Blades Rising book. 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).
Green Blades Rising book. 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.
Kevin Crossley-Holland, Green Blades Rising: the Anglo-Saxons. 1Overlord of Britain. 2Also ruler of Ireland.
Kipling wrote a short story, included in his 1910 collection, Rewards and Fairies, where an aged King Harold (who survives Hastings) meets Henry I and dies in the arms of a Saxon knight. The short story "The Eye of the Hurricane" by Kevin Crossley-Holland (in the 1969 book Wordhoard: Anglo-Saxon Stories by Crossley-Holland and Jill Paton Walsh) depicts Harold. fighting in the Battle of Hastings . Kevin Crossley-Holland, Green Blades Rising: the Anglo-Saxons.
But Crossley-Holland also has an eye for the beauty of an early sword or shield .
Also by kristen britain: Green Rider. The High King’s Tomb. They lived as any Sacoridian did, but secretly awaited the time when the empire would rise again. One day they would rule over those who had been their neighbors, control all trade and the military. The empire would finally conquer this land of heathens.
Green Blades Rising : The Anglo-Saxons. By (author) Kevin Crossley-Holland.
Kevin Crossley-Holland. ISBN 10: 0233966358 ISBN 13: 9780233966359. Publisher: Deutsch, 1975.
Kevin Crossley-Holland, Frances Castle. The definitive collection of British and Irish folktales from master storyteller and poet Kevin Crossley-Holland.
Reteller) Green Blades Rising: The Anglo-Saxons, Deutsch (London, England) .
Reteller) Green Blades Rising: The Anglo-Saxons, Deutsch (London, England), 1975, Seabury Press (New York, NY), 1976. Reteller) The Earth-Father, illustrated by Joanna Troughton, Heinemann (London, England), 1976. The Stones Remain: Megalithic Sites of Britain, photographs by Andrew Rafferty, Rider (London, England), 1989. Author of libretto) The Green Children (two-act opera; based on his work of the same title), music by Nicola LeFanu, Novello (London, England), 1990. Crossley-Holland's Exeter Book of Riddles was adapted as the musical work Riddles: For Six Solo Voices, SATB Chorus, Bells, and Piano by William Mathias, 1991.
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