Rosemary Sutcliff ‘Knight’s Fee’ (Illustrated by Charles Keeping) (First Edition) (1960)

Artist(s): Charles Keeping
Author(s): Rosemary Sutcliff
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1960
Publisher: Oxford
Total Pages: 241
Illustrations: Illustrated by Charles Keeping

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Hidden behind the battlements on the roof of the gatehouse crouched Randal the dog-boy, watching for the arrival of Hugh Goch, the new Lord of Arundel Castle. As the cavalcade approached the great gateway, a small thing happened; Randal dropped the fig he had been eating on to the nose of Hugh’s mettlesome horse. It was this seemingly trivial incident that first set the boy, whose days had been spent among the castle hounds, on the path to a new life; it was the first step in his rise from dog-boy to knight–though the price he had to pay for this final honour was a heavy one. Illustrated by Charles Keeping. Condition: Price-clipped Keeping dust-jacket with some wear to edges and corners. Some light foxing to prelims and endpapers, otherwise very good.


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