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The Forest Lovers

by Maurice Henry Hewlett

The story revolves around a young knight, Richard Lanfranc, who falls in love with a mysterious forest-dwelling woman named Alisande. The Forest Lovers is a captivating tale of love, adventure, and magic that is set against the backdrop of the forest of Sherwood. This novel is not just a simple love story but it also explores themes of chivalry, medieval life, and the power of nature. The author's vivid descriptions of the forest and the characters within it bring the story to life and make it an engaging read. "The Forest Lovers" is considered a classic of English literature and is often compared to other great works of historical fiction such as Walter Scott's "Ivanhoe." The author, Maurice Henry Hewlett, was an English novelist and poet who was born in 1860 and died in 1923. He was known for his historical fiction, poetry, and literary works. Hewlett's writing style is characterized by his vivid descriptions and his attention to historical detail. He was a versatile author and his works range from serious historical fiction to light-hearted romance novels. In conclusion, "The Forest Lovers" by Maurice Henry Hewlett is a classic work of English literature that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. The novel's themes of love, adventure, and the power of nature make it an engaging read for fans of historical fiction. If you're looking for a book that will transport you back in time to medieval England, "The Forest Lovers" is definitely a must-read.

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Maurice Henry Hewlett was an English author, poet, and medievalist who was known for his historical fiction and historical romance novels. Born in London, Hewlett was educated at St. John's College, O...

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