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296 pages, Paperback
First published May 15, 1990
It is the strength of the blade that is the aim of all this; the beauty is by the way. The beauty is by the grace of God.
...and the gladness upon us that was all one with the morning and the white hart in last night's moon-shot forest.
I do not think that you can be changing the end of a song or a story like that, as though it were quite separate from the rest. I think the end of a story is part of it from the beginning.
It was like watching part of some half-lost hero tale, something that belonged to an older and darker and more shining world than mine.