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Song of Hild

Song of Hild
This is a gritty, powerful story about the prominent role women played in the spread of Christianity in seventh-century Britain.
Our Price: £12.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781910519868
Stock: 1
Publisher: Sacristy Press
Author: Vibeke Vasbo
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This is a gritty, powerful story about the prominent role women played in the spread of Christianity in seventh-century Britain. Abbess Hild of Whitby was an extraordinary woman living in extraordinary times. In this exquisite translation of the #1 Danish bestselling novel Hildas Sang, we are drawn into a world of dark dealings, powerful patriarchy and religious wrangling. In the political and religious upheavals of the seventh-century British Isles, tensions between the Danish-German invaders and native Celts mirror the power struggles masquerading as religious struggles that reverberate internationally today. In The Song of Hild we are brought face-to-face with the political manoeuvres of conflicting religions, the building of a double monastery, and the power exercised by the Church of Rome.
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