Uther and Igraine

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George Warwick Deeping 28 May 1877 20 April 1950 was a prolific English novelist and short story writer, whose most famous novel was Sorrell and Son 1925.Born in Southend on Sea, Essex, into a family of doctors, he was educated at Merchant Taylors School He proceeded to Trinity College, Cambridge to study medicine and science, and then to Middlesex Hospital to finish his medical training.

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  • Hardcover
  • 385 pages
  • Uther and Igraine
  • Warwick Deeping
  • English
  • 03 December 2017

10 thoughts on “Uther and Igraine

  1. says:

    King Arthur and the Round Table, Living by code, chivalry, honor, defending the weak This Saved my life growing up UTHER IGRAINE by WARWICK DEEPING first printing in 1903 The writing style is beautiful and poetic It makes the writing of today seem crude and vulgar This is a love story, The trials and tribulation of two people Imagine meeting your soul mate, and you leave without saying your goodbyes, because you think that loving her will cause harm to her reputation She looks for you and denying all others and then she is tricked into marriage to someone else, then you meet again, and honor dictates that you leave again, and she is forced into going back to the abusive Marriage Do you rescue her or do you leave her in the abusive situation This is the dilimma that uther Igraine are faced with This is wonderfully written book.

  2. says:

    Sigh I d just written a nice review and now it isn t here I ll try again, but it won t be near as eloquent as the first time Deeping s writing style is absolutely lovely Written in 1903, from what I understand it was his first novel He is a true wordsmith, and uses the whole language in such a way that you just don t find any Not so archaic as to be stuffy or dry, it was just the opposite I delighted in using my nook s dictionary rather frequently to discover words new to me, and new uses of words Not poetic, exactly, but it flowed musically, so that I got a definite feeling of a babbling brook meandering through a medieval forest Reading this book was a real treat, like eating a fine but hearty meal, listening to a fine musician interpreting a familiar tune, or enjoying a classic painting up close and admiring the brush strokes I know that sounds a bit cheesy, but it s really the best way to describe it I love words, and to see them used so artfully was a real delight The story itself was nice Fairly simple, and didn t stray so far from the mythology to be annoying Anyone who reads much arthurian fiction gets used to major variations in story, and this is no different Yet it was done well, and I enjoyed the simplicity of the plot simple but not overly predictable I especially enjoyed his portrayal of Igraine as a strong, smart and relatively independent heroine especially noteworthy for the time it was written Like any female character in LOOOVE, I occasionally wanted to smack her for being foolish, but it was realistic and fairly true to the period of the story Even so, the author surprised me with his ability to round out the heroine with a strength and character that is unusual in romances, especially Arthurian romances The men in the story were a bit 2 dimensional, but not annoyingly so The focus was simply not on them near as much I sincerely treasured and savored each page, not wanting it to end I plan to read of his work.

  3. says:

    I hit a few snags in a way one was a phrase stupendous stupor , and a few details of behavior that sort of just riled me a bit The main female character, Igraine, made me gnash my teeth once or twice as she made her decisions Over all, I liked the well drawn characters, some lovely descriptions of setting and battle scenes, and good wins over all ending It was a nice warm book of passion and woe to keep me company while I ve been very sick myself I will probably read of Deeping Some of the passion and drama spilled over into melodrama, but I was ok with that And honestly, I did get all caught up and read as fast as I could through some of those woodsy scenes, because I knew Uther and Igraine were meant to be together, but how was it going to get them to that point An enjoyable book, and an author to return to.

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