[Elfsea] Updated list of Books

Morgan Cain (Ansteorra) morgancain at earthlink.net
Mon Jul 7 15:49:36 PDT 2003

Wow!  The books have been moving FAST.

Here is an updated list, including three I had overlooked before (they were
hidden under something I moved this morning):

THE $10.00 BOOKS:
    "The Mystery of King Arthur," Elizabeth Jenkins (1975, 1990) - ISBN
    "Plantagenet Encyclopedia," Elizabeth Hallam (1990) - ISBN 0-8021-1289-7
    "The Civilization of the Middle Ages," Norman F. Cantor (1963, 1993) -
ISBN 0-06-017033-6
    "The Joy of Cooking" (1997) - ISBN 0-684-81870-1
    NEW:  "Roman England," John Burke (1983) - ISBN 0-393-01826-1
    NEW:  "Splendors of the Past:  Lost Cities of the Ancient World,"
National Geographic (1981) (no ISBN)

THE $5.00 BOOKS:
    "The Western European Powers, 1500-1700," Charles Carter (1971) - ISBN
    "The Big Book of Knights and Castles," Barbara Weisberg/Gino D'Achille
(1993) - ISBN 0-7607-0668-9
    "The Greek World After Alexander, 393-30 BC," Graham Shipley (2000) -
ISBN 0-415-04618-1
    "Angevin England, 1154-1258," Richard Mortimer (1994) - ISBN
    "Representations of Power: The Literary Politics of Medieval Japan,"
Michele Marra (1993) - ISBN 0-8248-1556-4
    "Knitted Historical Figures," Jan Messent (1992) - ISBN 0-85532-747-2
    "The School of History: Athens in the Age of Socrates," Mark Munn
(2000) - ISBN 0-520-21557-5
    NEW:  "A History of the Western World," Lyon-Rowen-Hamerow (1970) (no

    "Love and the English," Nina Epton (1960, 1963) (no ISBN)
    "Pearl, Cleanness, Patience, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" (1962,
1976) - ISBN 0-460-11346-1

    "Discovering Kings and Queens," D.E. Wickham (1973, 1978) - ISBN
    "Much Ado About Nothing," Shakespeare (1993) (no ISBN)
    "Face Down Among the Winchester Geese," Kathy Lynn Emerson (1999) - ISBN
1-57566-655-3 (part of a mystery series, but it stands alone)

Let me know if you want any of the books.  I can bring them to meetings if I
attend, and of course to Artisan.

                                                        ---= Morgan

" One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making
  exciting discoveries."                                         ---=  A. A.
"....look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else."
        ---= Tom Stoppard, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" (1967)

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