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Jyl of Breyntfords Testament

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Jyl of Breyntfords Testament by Robert Copland is a fascinating and engaging read that delves into the life and struggles of a young woman named Jyl. Set in the tumultuous time of medieval England, the novel paints a vivid picture of the challenges faced by women during this period.

The protagonist, Jyl, is a strong and determined character who defies societal norms and expectations to forge her own path in life. Copland does an excellent job of portraying the complexity of Jyl's character, highlighting her vulnerability and resilience in equal measure.

The author's writing style is rich and immersive, drawing readers into the world of medieval England with vivid descriptions and evocative language. The plot is compelling and keeps readers on the edge of their seats, as Jyl navigates the treacherous waters of love, betrayal, and redemption.

Overall, Jyl of Breyntfords Testament is a captivating read that sheds light on the struggles faced by women in medieval times. Copland's storytelling skills are top-notch, and readers will find themselves rooting for Jyl every step of the way. Highly recommended for fans of historical fiction and strong female protagonists.

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Introduction - This is a collection of ten comic pieces from the 16th century and earlier, as compiled and edited by Frederick Furnivall for private circulation in 1871. Only the first is by Copland. (Introduction by Grant Hurlock)

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