|Statement||[Drawings by Paul Sagsoorian]|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.S396 Al|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||58005920|
ALFRED AND GUINEVERE is a hilarious little story--told entirely through dialogue, letters, and Guinevere's diary--of two very precocious children sent to live in the country with their uncle and grandmother for reasons initially unclear to them/5. Alfred Tennyson, invariably known as Alfred Lord Tennyson on all his books, was born in Somersby, Lincolnshire, the fourth of the twelve children of George Tennyson, clergyman, and his wife, Elizabeth. In Tennyson was sent to Louth Grammar School, which he disliked so intensely that from he was educated at home until at the age of 18 he joined his two brothers at Trinity College, Cambrid/5. Alfred And Guinevere by James Schuyler, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). A delicious read, told entirely in conversation between young Alfred and his rather older sister Guinevere; and in the diary of the latter. As their parents appear to be having issues, the pair are sent off to Granny and Uncle s: 5.
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Alone, Guinevere muses about herself and remembers some happy episodes of her life with Arthur. Her thoughts ramble on and she indulges in self-pity. Suddenly an armed knight rides into the courtyard, and a whisper runs through the abbey: "The king! The king!" A few seconds more and Arthur confronts Guinevere in her room. One of the finest American poets of the second half of the twentieth century, James Schuyler was at the same time a remarkable novelist. Alfred and Guinevere are two children who have been sent by their parents to spend the summer at their grandmother's house in the country. There they puzzle over their parents' absence and their relatives' habits, play games and pranks, make friends and fall. Alfred and Guinevere are two children who have been sent by their parents to spend the summer at their grandmother’s house in the country. There they puzzle over their parents’ absence and their relatives’ habits, play games and pranks, make friends and fall out with them, spat and make up. In a novel which explores "the boundaries between fantasy and reality, innocence and knowledge Alfred and Guinevere are two children who have been sent by their parents to spend the summer at their grandmother's house in the country."--Cover.