Ivanhoe

Walter Scott

1820
Ivanhoe returns from the Crusades to find England in the midst of the Norman Conquest. He takes up arms in the conflict between his brother John and Richard Coeur de Lion as tries to win the love of Rowena and claim his inheritance.
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