Oxford University Press, 2002 - 124 páginas
El Cid is the best soldier in Castile. When he is unfairly banished from court, the Spanish hero sets off on a campaign against the Moorish invaders of Southern Spain to win back favour. After many battles and conquests, El Cid is forgiven. But he comes home to face one last terrible battle and, ultimately, his death.
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A Shameful Thing
4 The Sieger Besieged
The Price of Freedom
7 The Spoils of Valencia
The Bridegrooms and the Palace Cat
The Revenge of El Cid
Murder at the Wedding
Rider to the Worlds End
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