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mountain king, or, the castle burners

G. Almar

mountain king, or, the castle burners

a drama in two acts

by G. Almar

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Published by J. Duncombe in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesMountain king, Castle burners
Statementby G. Almar.
ContributionsYA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsYA 24817
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL612812M
LC Control Number96209349

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Hall of the Mountain King is a popular children's song in the is the story about the infamous Mountain King, who lived and ruled over Red Mountain and the defied the Wolf God Barran the Exalted and as a result, was cursed with insanity.. The song is famous for its cruel nature, and some believe the poem to be inappropriate for children, although the more traditional. Appearance See also: Images of Patrek of King's Mountain Patrek is clean-shaven and windburnt. The knight is bold and haughty. Patrek's cloth-of-silver surcoat is emblazoned with a blue five-pointed star. He owns a cloak of white fur as well as a white wool cloak bordered in cloth of silver and patterned with five-pointed stars.. Recent Events.

A legendary form of Faux Death: the King is not really dead, but y, but not necessarily, under a mountain. Islands and a Magical Land are other possibilities. At any rate, somewhere difficult to access. He will come again when it is his country's hour of original folk-loric motif generally referred the hero's awakening to The End of the World as We Know It; the rise of.   "Against the pale gray sky Blandings Castle stood out like a mountain. It was a noble pile, of Early Tudor building." As imagined by PG Wodehouse, .


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