Wexford Tales: Artful Calumny
By Elizabeth Wexford
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Published: Sep. 28, 2012
Words: 3,172 (approximate)
Language: Commonwealth English
A medieval tale, recounted by Arbert the storyteller, a man of mystery, extraordinary charm, grace and of excellent wisdom and wit. Word of his wondrous tales spread from mouth to ear, guaranteeing his welcome in lands far, and wide. A perfect story for All Hallows’ Eve.
Please note that some words are taken from medieval English, are spelled appropriately in respect of their provenance, and may therefore seem peculiar to the modern reader.
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