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The first modern reprinting of Shakespeare forger and novelist William Henry Ireland's 1805 Gothic classic Gondez the Monk tells the tale of King Robert Bruce, who following his defeat on the field of Methven, together with a small band of loyal followers, seeks refuge in Monastery of Saint Columba on the isle of Oronza. Slowly, they realize that his refuge, under power of...more
Paperback, 380 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Zittaw Press (first published 1805)
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