Beric Norman has written several books on psychological topics (depression, memory disorders) and a number of plays and reviews including The Pilgrim’s Progress, The Anatomy of Melancholy, Christmas Carroll, The Memory Clinic and a musical, The Madness of King Arthur. His clinical study of Ebenezer Scrooge ‘Mr E S’ and a discussion of the psychiatry of nursery rhymes have featured on Radio 4. An academic psychiatrist, he has also been an actor with London’s Tower Theatre Company for more than twenty years. Mordred’s Version is his first published novel.
by Beric Norman
This is a racy, refreshing and revealing re-interpretation of a great fable. The victorious young Arthur was seduced by his enemy’s wife, not knowing that she was also his sister! Mordred, the son of that incestuous affair, is traditionally regarded as the villain of the piece. ‘Mordred’s Version’ puts the record straight.
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