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Forest Lovers

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Download I. PROSPER LE GAI RIDES OUT audio
Download II. MORGRAUNT, AND A DEAD KNIGHT audio
Download III. HOLY THORN AND HOLY CHURCH audio
Download VI. THE VIRGIN MARRIAGE audio
Download VIII. THE SALLY AT DAWN audio
Download IX. THE BLOOD-CHASE AND THE LOVE CHASE audio
Download XII. BROKEN SANCTUARY audio
Download XIII. HIGH MARCH, AND A GREAT LADY audio
Download XV. THREE AT TORTSENTIER audio
Download XX. HOW PROSPER HELD A REVIEW audio
Download XXI. HOW THE NARRATIVE SMACKS AGAIN OF THE SOIL audio
Download XXII GALORS CONQUAESTOR audio
Download XXIII. FALVE THE CHARCOAL-BURNER audio
Download XXIV. SECRET THINGS AT HAUTERIVE audio
Download XXV. THE ROAD TO GOLTRES audio
Download XXVI. GUESS-WORK AT GOLTRES audio
Download XXVII. GALORS RIDES HUNTING audio
Download XXVIII. MERCY WITH THE BEASTS. audio
Download XXIX. WANMEETING CRIES, 'HA! SAINT JAMES!' audio
Download XXX. THE CHAINED VIRGIN OF SAINT THORN audio
Download XXXI. 'ENTRA PER ME' audio
Download XXXII 'BIDE THE TIME' audio
Download XXXIII. SALOMON IS DRIVEN HOME audio
Download XXXIV. LA DESIRÉE audio
Download XXXVI. THE LADY PIETOSA DE BRÉAUTÉ audio
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My story will take you into times and spaces alike rude and uncivil. Blood will be spilt, virgins suffer distresses; the horn will sound through woodland glades; dogs, wolves, deer, and men, Beauty and the Beasts, will tumble each other, seeking life or death with their proper tools. There should be mad work, not devoid of entertainment. When you read the word Explicit, if you have laboured so far, you will know something of Morgraunt Forest and the Countess Isabel; the Abbot of Holy Thorn will have postured and schemed (with you behind the arras); you will have wandered with Isoult and will know why she was called La Desirous, with Prosper le Gai, and will understand how a man may fall in love with his own wife. Finally, of Galors and his affairs, of the great difference there may be between a Christian and the brutes, of love and hate, grudging and open humour, faith and works, cloisters and thoughts uncloistered—all in the green wood—you will know as much as I do if you have cared to follow the argument. - Summary by Maurice Hewlett

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