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This essay will discuss the novel wryd It will explore some of the concepts that are found in the novel and attempt to extend the issues to a point at which they become more clear and prove the assertion that just as Wyrd is a fast moving narrative that spans continents and ages it is a novel of ideas Wyrd was in length a short to medium novel that was written by Sue Gough Briefly it was the story of Berengaria Saladins daughter and wife of King Richard After her husbands death she was moved to a French nunnery with her handmaiden and son the prince incognito There she kept an explicit and wise diary recording the events in her life She founded a healing order and invented a cordial that was surprisingly popular among the village folk She continued to practice Viking religion in subtle ways and encouraged spiritual openness as opposed to the dogmatic teachings of the time vesting confidence and a sense of worth in her fellow devotees However she was plagued by her evil anti-thesis the Abbe De Ville who encouraged her son to join in a childrens crusade -- and unwise and dangerous religious march Pat her son was eventually sold as a slave in the middle east but the Abbe did not know this and told Berengaria the news of his demise Unable to cope with such a revelation she died and was entombed as a mummy with her book beneath the priory Found by two archaeologists in modern times her book was recovered and her tomb destroyed Sent to a group of Australian women in order to keep it out of the claws of the modern De Ville Professor Horniman the book found its way into the hands and heart of Trace a street kid from Sydney come north as part of a modern childrens crusade Unwilling to return to the slums of Kings Cross Trace had
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