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Hamlet's Quest

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Hamlet's Quest by Judith Fowler Robbins
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Hamlet was a homeless boy who lived in a pre-electronic time when the storyteller had an honored place. His own story is told in the rhythm of an age when fairies were real, and life moved deliberately. Modern thrill-seekers might be shocked to learn the truth about the origins of their favorite netherworld elf queens and evil sorcerers. Hamlet spent his childhood at a Spanish mission in St. Augustine. After a seven-year apprenticeship in the sweltering hacienda-style workshops of the Mission Nombre de Dios, he set out on a quest to find his parents. Hamlet's journey took him to the misty haunts of the North Georgia Mountains, where superstition, legend and storytelling were a part of everyday life. He made friends with a young Indian named White Panther who shared with him a legend that was to set Hamlet's path. For the measure of his life, Hamlet weaves his most important tapestry: that of a man on a genealogical voyage. sorcerers. Hamlet spent his childhood at a Spanish mission in St. Augustine. After a seven-year apprenticeship in the sweltering hacienda-style workshops of the Mission Nombre de Dios, he set out on a quest to find his parents. His journey took him to the misty haunts of the North Georgia Mountains, where superstition, legend and storytelling were a part of everyday life. He made friends with a young Indian named White Panther who shared with him a legend that was to set Hamlet's path. Robbins writes powerful descriptions of key historical events, particularly for the Delaware people; there are fairies - even a banshee; Hamlet travels from Indianapolis back to Germany. For the measure of his life, Hamlet weaves his most important tapestry: that of a man on a genealogical voyage.
Release date Australia
January 13th, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
iUniverse
Dimensions
152x229x13
ISBN-13
9780595300846
Product ID
1799838

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