Now Tanith Lee gives us a full novel-length version of her favourite old tale, Snow Whiteset in a land of crumbling palaces and haunted forests, a tale in which ancient myths and beliefs collide with a new religion and new way of life. The book also features an introduction by Terri Windling about the history of the Snow White tale and modern fairy-tale fiction.
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After a hiatus of some years, the Fairy Tale series of novels by various authors, edited by Terri Windling, has made a welcome return. The first post-hiatus book is fantasist extraordinaire Tanith Lee's White as Snow, a retelling of Snow White darkly intertwined with the myth of Demeter and Persephone. If you're familiar with both Lee, winner of the August Derleth Award and several World Fantasy Awards, and Windling, also winner of several World Fantasy Awards, and the premier fantasy editor of modern times, then you would expect White as Snow to be a terrific novel. And you would be right.
In an alternate-history medieval Europe, the noble maiden Arpazia, raised in an isolated castle, finds herself the captive of the conquering general-king Draco. The only remnant of her former life is an exotic glass mirror possessed of witchy powers. She feels no connection to Coira, daughter of her forced marriage to the brutal Draco. She becomes the lover of a woodsman, Klytemno, who embodies the divine Hunter King in pagan rituals. Then Klytemno requires her to send her black-haired, snow-pale daughter Coira into the woods as a sacrifice.... --Cynthia WardAbout the Author :
Tanith Lee has published over fifty novels and story collections in the fantasy, science fiction and horror fields. She has won several World Fantasy Awards and the August Derleth Award. She lives near Brighton, England.
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Description du livre Tor Books, 2000. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 0312869932
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