The Sundering Flood
by William Morris
Publisher: Longmans, Green, and co. 1914
Number of pages: 216
The Sundering Flood is a fantasy first published just after the death of its author. In its pages the visionary William Morris unveils with a poetic command of the English language and a sure knowledge of the Medieval world a fantasy of courage and love -- of a hero with a magical sword, a land of dwarfs, and a romantic divide, which is the flooding tide itself.
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