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The book that changed me: Hilda Lewis' The Gentle Falcon, a vivid, touching tale of the court of a medieval child queen

By Stephanie Trigg, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor of English Literature, The University of Melbourne
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When Stephanie Trigg was a young reader, The Gentle Falcon, set in 1396, introduced her to the beauty and danger of the medieval world.The Conversation

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