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In Freedom's Cause : A Story of Wallace and Bruce
by G. A. Henty


Overview - At the end of the thirteenth century, the oppressed people of Scotland rebelled against their despised English ruler, Edward Longshanks. "In Freedom's Cause" recounts the Scots' desperate but ultimately triumphant struggle in the face of overwhelming odds a hard-fought series of battles conducted under the leadership of William Wallace and Robert Bruce.  Read more...

 
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Overview
At the end of the thirteenth century, the oppressed people of Scotland rebelled against their despised English ruler, Edward Longshanks. "In Freedom's Cause" recounts the Scots' desperate but ultimately triumphant struggle in the face of overwhelming odds a hard-fought series of battles conducted under the leadership of William Wallace and Robert Bruce.
Time has burnished the feats of these great heroes to mythic proportions, but Wallace and Bruce were real people. This gripping tale of courage, loyalty, and ingenuity recounts their deeds within an accurate historical context. Readers join their company alongside a fictional protagonist, young Archie Forbes, whose estates have been wrongfully confiscated. Archie forms a group of scouts tofight alongside the legendary Scottish chieftains (who were memorably portrayed in the film "Braveheart") for their country's independence.
"In Freedom's Cause" is one among the many historical novels for young readers by George Alfred Henty. A storyteller who specialized in blending authentic historical facts with exciting fictional characters, Henty produced more than 140 books and achieved a reputation as "The Prince of Storytellers." Immensely popular and widely used in schools for many years, Henty's novels continue to fire young imaginations with their spirited tales of adventure amid exciting historical eras."


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  • ISBN-13: 9780486423623
  • ISBN-10: 048642362X
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publish Date: October 2002
  • Page Count: 320
  • Reading Level: Ages 8-14

Series: Adventure

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