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Behind Queen Sollace came Prince Cassander and the Princess Madouc.
Cassander, a sturdy youth of fifteen, wore a smart green cap over his brass-
yellow curls. He was clearly the son of his father and had already adopted certain
How different yet how alike were Madouc and her mother Suldrun (such was
Casmir's understanding of the case), whose dreamy docility had masked an
obduracy as hard as his own. Madouc, at last aware of Casmir's cold stare,
paused in ...
The Princess Madouc of Lyonesse occupies an unenviable position. King Casmir
knows her to be a changeling, with none of his blood flowing in her veins. Still,
she may serve him some useful purpose when she reaches marriageable age.
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