Tale of Ivanhoe

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Scene from The Tale of Ivanhoe. “Cedric’s son had been sent away because he had fallen in love with Rowena, whom Cedric meant to be the wife of another. One day a pilgrim came to Cedric’s table, where some Norman knights were. A Jew also arrived, and as the Normans meant to harm him, at night the pilgrim whispered in the ear of one of Cedric’s men, who helped the Jew to escape.” —Arthur Mee and Holland Thompson, 1912


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Arthur Mee and Holland Thompson, eds. The Book of Knowledge (New York, NY: The Grolier Society, 1912)


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