Lady of Shalott ( group set, 7 books)

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Four gray walls, and four gray towers, Overlook a space of flowers, And the silent isle imbowers The Lady of Shalott. Tennyson's romantic poem, full of atmosphere and emotion, tells the story of the mysterious Lady of Shalott.

In this exquisite illustrated edition, Charles Keeping's evocative pictures take us to Camelot, a fabled world of knights and castles, to witness the cursed life and tragic death of a beautiful but doomed maiden. This new edition features rescanned artwork to capture the inspiring detail of Keeping's illustrations.

  • Free discussion notes available on this website.
  • perfect integration of words and dramatic illustration
  • Subject: art, history,
  • Themes: love, loss, freedom, captivity
  • Could be read alongside Arthurian myths and legends
  • 32 pages

 

 

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The Lady of Shalott discussion guide


INTRODUCTION

Synopsis: The Lady of Shallot is a narrative poem in four parts.

The first part describes the setting, a rural idyll:

On either side the river lie

Long fields of Barley and of rye,

That clothe the wold and meet the sky;

And thro’ the field the road runs by

To many-tower’d Camelot.’

The road to Camelot is frequented by travellers who pause to look across at the mystical island and fortress where it is rumoured that the Lady of Shalott is imprisoned:

Four grey walls, and four grey towers

Overlook a space of flowers,

And the silent isle embowers

            The Lady of Shalott

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