Although his novels and short stories remain popular, Stevenson's essays are seldom encountered today. Jeremy Treglown, editor of the London Times Literary Supplement, selected the thirty-three essays included in The Lantern-Bearers and Other Essays and wrote the scholarly introduction.
THE LANTERN BEARERS begins an historically based interpretation of the King Arthur legend. In 446 the Romans withdraw from Britain and the Saxons flood in. For the 20-some years covered in this story, the battle over British land continues between Ambrosius, of half Welsh and half Roman heritage, and Hengest, the great Saxon war-lord.
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The Lantern Bearers is a historical novel for children by Rosemary Sutcliff, first published by Oxford in 1959 with illustrations by Charles Keeping.Set in Roman Britain during the 5th century, it is the story of a British Roman's life after the final withdrawal of Roman troops (around 410).Sutcliff won the annual Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year's best.
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The Lantern-Bearers: And Other Essays, Robert Louis Stevenson, Jeremy Treglown, Cooper Square Press, 1999, 0815410123, 9780815410126, 289 pages. Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) is best known as the author of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Treasure.
Get this from a library! The lantern-bearers and other essays: Robert Louis Stevenson. (Robert Louis Stevenson; Jeremy Treglown) -- This anthology collects 33 of his finest pieces on diverse subjects.
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Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) The Lantern Bearers signed and dated 'Maxfield Parrish 1908.' (lower left) oil on canvas laid down on board 40 x 32 in. (101.6 x 81.3 cm.).
The Lantern Bearers is a novel first published in 1959 by Oxford University Press, illustrated by Charles Keeping. It was the winner of the Carnegie Medal for 1959. A Roman Briton and his beloved sister are taken captive by Saxon raiders, and after his escape he joins the forces of Ambrosius Aurelianus against the Saxon invasions of Britain.
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Aquila is the protagonist of The Lantern Bearers, which tells how his father's Roman British farm was burned by Saxon raiders, how he was seized as a thrall, returned to Britain, escaped and became one of the High King Ambrosius's commanders against the invading Saxon threat.