As Sir Gawain lies wounded and feverish outside Sir Lancelot's castle, he tells of the deeds and adventures of the Knights of the Round Table. Atmospheric and dramatic, this is a rare account of the Arthurian legends in one consecutive story.
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The Tale of Sir Gawain by Neil Philip
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About Neil Philip
Neil Philip has written a number of books for adults and children, but The Tale of Sir Gawain is his first full-length children's novel. A well-known critic and historian of children's literature, he is a regular contributor to journals and newspapers, including The Times. Charles Keeping is an internationally respected and admired illustrator. His work spans over thirty years, during which time he has worked not only on his own books but on those by many others. He has twice been the winner of the Kate Greenaway Award.
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