During a holiday feast in King Arthur's caste, a mysterious stranger arrives, inviting the king and his knights to play an unusual--and deadly--game. One young knight--Gawain, nephew of the king--bravely confronts the stranger, and brash action that has horrific consequences. This is Part I of a two-part retelling of the famous story of Gawain and the Green Knight. This Latin novella is accessible to advanced beginners or low-intermediate readers of Latin.
About the author:
Andrew Olimpi lives in Dacula, Georgia with his beautiful and talented wife, Rebekah, an artist, writer, and English teacher. When he is not writing and illustrating books, Andrew teaches Latin at Hebron Christian Academy in Dacula, Georgia. He holds a master’s degree in Latin from the University of Georgia, and currently is working on a PhD in Latin and Roman Studies at the University of Florida. He is the creator of the Comprehensible Classics series of Latin novellas aimed at beginner and intermediate readers of Latin.
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