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Blind Harry's Wallace
The original story of the real Braveheart, William Wallace. Racy, blood on every page, violently anglophobic, grossly embellished, vulgar and disgusting, clumsy and stilted, a literary failure, a great epic Whatever the verdict on Blind Harry, this is the book which has done more than any other to frame the notion of Scotland's national identity. The film Braveheart is bas...more
Paperback, 227 pages
Published September 1st 1999 by Luath Press Limited
(first published 1477)
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