Avalon's fog: A fog behind Avalon, a woman behind the King Arthur, Marian Zimmer Bradley is a model of medieval romance, as well as a woman who stood behind Arthur king in the medieval infamous era But there are. Age of the story. This novel explains the reasoning and decision Arthur did in women's position. As the four women in the story say, the fog of Avalon is the strain of King Arthur's story: his wife Gwen Weifal, his mother Lee Grand, Vivanne, the goddess of the lake, the high priest of Avalon. His sister and girlfriend are the heirs of Avalon, Morgan.
As mentioned earlier, Avalon's fog tells the story of a woman behind Arthur's throne, but its way is different. In this novel, women have the power and power to rule their men. Unlike other Arthuri legends and stories, they are also heroes. However, this novel contains the same heroes as tasks in most medieval romantic stories, but these women are portrayed as heroes of powerful and brave knights who actually controlled the British of that era I will. All four women who talked about the story, Morgaine, Igraine, Viviane, Gwenhwyfar, all thought that highly respected men at that time were high reasons in society.
The fog behind Avalle's woman, Avalon, is not only a model of medieval romance, it is also a story about a woman standing behind King Arthur during the medieval infamous ruling. This novel explains the reasoning and decision Arthur did in women's position. As the four women in the story say, the fog of Avalon is the distortion of King Arthur's story: his wife Gwen Weifal, his mother Igland, Vivanne, the goddess of the lake, the high priest of Avalon. His sister and girlfriend are the heirs of Avalon, Morgan. Everyone tells a story as they saw it. The fight between Christianity and Avalon's religion is in the center of the story, and loyalty and betrayal against Avalon are different parts.
But when I first read, my main reaction to the fog of Avalon was not intelligence but emotional. Like the King of the Future, Bradley's novel follows their protagonist from childhood to old age. I feel sympathy for the girl Morgaine, and her adolescent experience suggests that I am beginning to feel depressed. The moment Morgaine and Lancelet are trying to be lovers - then, Gwenhwyfar, blond hair, fairness, light and helpless, tried over Avalon ... That does not matter how many times I shocked this scene Yes. This is not the story of a beautiful girl, princess. This is a story that a smart girl has become a powerful woman. Still, Bradley brings a subtle difference in these roles. She showed us the stupid and selfish things of Morgoine, and she told us that the position of Gwenhwyfar is impossible. As fate dominates many legends and fables, destiny is wrapped up in the glory of Arthur. Instead, it is a compression scheme