Poem Review: “Sir Orfeo”

Okay, so I’m categorising this alongside my “Poem Reviews”, but technically “Sir Orfeo” is a lay, which is a short form of poetic narrative that tells a story with some kind of a moral message. You can read "Sir Orfeo" for free online here (this is the Laskaya and Salisbury edition, which is the version that …

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A Moment of Solitude

Here's my interpretation of today's Weekend Prompt Challenge, hosted by Sammi Cox. This is a varied challenge that I enjoy taking part in, which is why, this week, I have attempted both the prose and the poetry challenge. Thank you very much for reading and I hope that you enjoy my writing! Prose Challenge Task: Write …

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“Le Morte Darthur”: Book Review #1

I've decided to break this review up into a few parts, just because Le Morte Darthur is a pretty intense read. Part one is only actually going to cover the first 81 pages of Thomas Malory's text, which are considered, in this particular edition (Oxford 2008), the first section, or book, in this tale of King Arthur …

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