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Dawn Wind
DawnWind
First edition cover

Publication

1961

Length

Novel

Audience

Young adult

Historical era

Dark Ages

Illustrations

Charles Keeping

Series

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Dawn Wind is a novel first published by Oxford University Press in 1961, illustrated by Charles Keeping. It concerns a British thrall to a Saxon family, who witnesses the final defeat of the Roman Britons and the arrival of St. Augustine, apostle to the Saxons.

It is the sixth novel about the Flavius Aquila family chronologically and the fifth in publication order.

PlotEdit

Owain, a fourteen-year-old boy, is the sole survivor of the Romano-British princes' last stand against Ceawlin of the West Saxons. Stabbed and concussed, he retrieves his father's dolphin signet ring and a single young Dog of Kyndylan's war-hounds, and in hopes of finding other survivors staggers north to Glevum, where the citizenry is fleeing the Saxon advance (1). He staggers on northwestward towards Viroconium, Kyndylan's seat, but loses his way in the hills and collapses at the farm of Priscus and Priscilla, who nurse him for weeks (2). After he recovers enough to walk, Priscilla drags him to church Service, where he is blessed by an eloquent preacher who tells him that Ceawlin has overrun the British cities around the Sabrina river. Owain resolves to press on to Viroconium in search of fighting men, but Priscilla offers him "a son's place by the hearth" if he ever returns (3).

Owain reaches Viroconium, but finds it empty, abandoned by its citizens and burned by Saxons (4). The only remaining resident is Regina, a beggar with no where else to go, who begs some game off of Owain and shares with him a store of barley on which she has survived and which she feeds to the wild birds (5). In spring, as Owain ponders how to convince the city-bred Regina to move on from Viroconium, a crew of British cattle-raiders camps in the Forum and hunts them through the town (6). Hiding in the hypocaust of a burnt house, they discover the owner's body, and resolve at last to flee to the British settlements in Gaul. As they cannot afford passage, they decide to head southeast to the shortest crossing – directly into Saxon territory (7). Regina falls ill with lung-sickness as they reach they sea, and Owain takes her to a Saxon farm where he offers to become a thrall in exchange for nursing her. The farmer does not want another thrall, but Beornwulf, a traveller, pays the farmer for him and Dog, and they leave Regina behind, along with Owain's signet ring (8).

A year later, Beornwulf's foster brother Haegel the king of the South Saxons visits Beornstead on the birth of Beornwulf's fouth child and discusses whether Ceawlin of the West Saxons poses a threat to the South, and the likelihood of trouble to Ceawlin from his nephews Coel and Coelwulf in the west and the High King Aethelbert of Kent (9). Two years later, Owain delivers a white foal with the help of Vadir Cedricson, an unpleasant neighbour who explains that the foal is sacred to Frey and will become the stallion of the king's horse herd before, someday, being sacrificed (10). Three years later, after the horse Teitri has been broken, they take him to the king, to Owain's displeasure; on returning home, Dog is attacked by Vadir Cedricson's hound, and Owain has to put him down (11). He buries Dog in the ruined shrine to Silvanus, and, close to despair over the loss, discovers a mosaic of Spring that reminds him so strongly of Regina that he determines to go on living (12).

Beornwulf is sent to give Teitri as a gift to Aethelbert the High King in Kent, leaving Beornstead in Owain's charge, and returns in a ship that is wrecked on the Seal Strand, but is rescued by Owain (13). Beornwulf offers Owain his freedom, and Owain offers him another winter's service in exchange for his freedom and a sword in the spring, when the king sends out the war-summons against Ceawlin (14). Beornwulf, Owain, Vadir, and the rest of the South Saxon fighting men gather at the King's Hall, and Owain discovers only after taking his oath that the British have also raised a host in the west in alliance with Coel, sending Einon Hen as envoy to Haegel (15). Coel sends Owain as messenger to Gerontius of Powys to coordinate their attack on Ceawlin at Wodensbeorg, and though they prevail, Beornwulf is mortally injured and asks Owain to stay at Beornstead until Bryni is fifteen (16).

Three years later, at the wedding of Beornwulf's eldest daughter Helga, Vadir takes an interest in the second daughter Lilla, to her, Owain, and Bryni's horror (17). He asks her mother Athelis for her hand and Athelis does not deem it wise to refuse, but she puts Vadir off for a year's time in return for Owain's offer to stay for the meantime (18). In winter, Bryni thrusts himself into danger at a boar hunt to get the attention of his father's estranged foster-brother the king (19), and in summer Haegel takes Bryni and Owain to a council of the Jute, Angle, Saxon, and Welsh kings at Cantiisburg, which "coincides" with the landing of Augustine, a Christian missionary from Rome, whom Aethelbert allows into Kent (21). That evening, Vadir reveals to Bryni his expectation of marrying Lilla, Bryni insults him, and they are made to settle the dispute by drawing straws for a feat of daring. Vadir, a daring rider, chooses to try to ride Frey's Horse, the unbroken Teitri, and is killed (22). Owain, finally free to go, returns to the farm where he left Regina eleven years before, but finds her lately gone, and his father's ring with her; heeding the sign she left, he finds her waiting in Viroconium, and tells her they will go to Priscus and Priscilla (23).

ChronologyEdit

"Artos was dead, nearly a hundred years ago" (1).

Dawn Wind begins immediately after the Battle of Deorham in 577 CE and ends with the arrival of St. Augustine of Canterbury in 597 CE. The actual time between these dates is 20 years, but the time elapsed in the novel is only 13 years. This timeline backdates events from 597, opening in 585 CE.

  • c. 500, 3 generations earlier: Artos led the Britons
  • 562, 23 years before (1): Ceawlin defeated Aethelbert at Wibbendune

585 (Year 1)

  • Last winter, 584-5 (4): Regina's mistress dies
  • Early spring: Kyndylan calls up his warbands (1)
  • 2 months later: Kyndylan defeated on the Corinium road (1). Owain is 14.
    • Days later (1): Owain makes it to Glevum.
    • 2 or 3 days later (2): Owain stumbles upon the Priscus farm. Feverish for at least 3 days.
  • "Long past midsummer" (2): Owain recovers enough to get up
    • 2 Sundays later (3): Priscilla drags Owain to service and offers to adopt him.
    • Next morning (4), late summer: Owain leaves for Viroconium.
    • Days later (4). Owain arrives in Viroconium. Meets Regina on the second evening. They team up (5).

586 (Year 2)

  • 585-6, Winter (6): Owain and Regina forage in Viroconium.
  • Spring (6): Cattle raiders camp in the Forum. Owain and Regina leave Viroconium for the coast (7).
  • Late spring (8): They reach they sea. Regina falls ill. Owain trades himself to Beornwulf. Owain is 15.

587 (Year 3), 1 year later (9), 2 years since Aquae Sulis

  • Gerd born. 4th visit of Haegel the King. Possibility of war with Ceawlin. Owain is 16.

589 (Year 5), 2 years later

  • Spring (10): Teitri born. Owain is 18.

592 (Year 8), 3 years later (11)

  • Winter, Teitri broken and Widreth dies.
  • Spring, Gerd dies.
  • Summer, Bryni is 10, Horn is 12, Dog is 10. Teitri goes to the king. Dog killed (11). Owain rescues Beornwulf (13). Beornwulf offers to free him (14). Owain is 21-22.

593 (Year 9)

  • Spring (14): War-summons. Owain is freed after nearly 8 years. Coel revolts against Ceawlin.
    • 7 days later (15): South Saxon army gathers at King's Hall over 4 days.
    • Next day (16): South Saxons march north
    • 3 days later (16): Join up with Coel's host. Coel and Co. have attacked Ceawlin's sons.
    • Sunday (16): Coel sends Owain to the British camp
    • Tuesday (16): Meets with Gerontius
    • Thursday (16): Battle of Wodensbeorg. Beornwulf leaves Beornstead in Owain's stewardship until Bryni is 15, in 4 years. Helga engaged.
  • Summer (17): Skirmishing with Ceawlin.
  • Late summer (17), 2 months after Wodensbeorg: Sussex men return home.

594 (Year 10)

  • Spring: Ceawlin & Sons resume fighting. (17)
  • Summer: Owain's 1st year is up
  • Autumn: News of Ceawlin's death

596 (Year 12), two winters later

  • Summer (17): Helga marries.
    • 3 days later (18): Vadir asks Athelis for Lilla.
    • 3 days later (18): Athelis puts Vadir off for a year.
  • Winter (19): The boar hunt. Bryni and Owain reacquainted with Haegel.

597 (Year 13)

  • Spring (20): Bryni turns 15. Owain stays.
  • Midsummer (20): Haegel takes them to the council at Cantiisburg. Einon Hen envoy for 3 years.
    • The 3rd evening (20): Augustine lands.
    • The next day: Augustine meets Aethelbert and the assembled kings of the Angles, Saxons, and Welsh
    • That evening: Vadir is killed.
  • Summer: Owain leaves Seals' Island. Regina's mistress dies and she leaves her farm.
  • Early autumn: Owain returns to Regina's farm. She has left a month earlier.
  • Autumn: Owain finds Regina in Viroconium and they return to Priscus's farm.

CharactersEdit

Britons and other Christians Edit

  • Artos the Bear (1, 11), British king 100 years earlier.
  • Kyndylan the Fair (1), last prince of the Romano-Britons, defeated and killed outside Aquae Sulis.
  • Conmail of Glevum (1), leader of a warband destroyed with Kyndylan
  • Farinmail of Aquae Sulis (1), leader of a warband destroyed with Kyndylan.
  • Owain (1), second son of the dolphin ring family. Dark haired and thin, "who wore–though he did not know it–an odd stillness in his face as though it were a mask, or a shield". Good with his hands (3). "carried himself even now like a ten-point stag, which is to say like a king" (9). Scratches his old scar when thinking (19). "he was always something of a lone wolf." (21).
    • Dog (1), a young war-hound of Kyndylan's pack
    • Wagtail (17), Owain's horse on the Ceawlin campaign
  • Ossian (1), Owain's elder brother, killed fighting for Kyndylan. Aspired to be an herbalist.
  • Maximus (2), 4th century emperor of Britain
  • Priscilla (2), "a tall iron-grey woman...she would stand no nonsense".
  • Priscus (2), Priscilla's easy-going husband, former master potter in Glevum.
    • Branwen (3), Priscus's short-legged cattle dog
  • Little Father (3), preacher to the hill farms, an eloquent man, "small, fierce, and fiery"
  • Marcus Petronius (4) of Vicenza, Standard Bearer to the 14th Legion, aged 39 years; buried outside Viroconium
  • Emperor Hadrian (4), to whom the Forum Gate of Viroconium is inscribed
  • Regina (4), Viroconium beggar, a thin, dark, filthy twelve-year-old with rain-grey eyes. "There was a whine in her voice... all her movements were as though quicksilver ran in her veins." (5).
  • Ulpius Pudentius (5), miser of Viroconium. Lived by the West Gate and died hiding in the hypocaust.
  • Cunor Bigmouth (6), British cattle raider
  • Einon Hen (15), British envoy to the South Saxons. "small, oldish man", one amber eye, grey hair (15). "a great beaked nose" (20).
  • Gerontius (16), Prince of Powys, a tall, "very dark man".
  • Augustine (20) of Canterbury, "a tall proud man with cold eyes...I should judge him strong in his own esteem." (20). "This is a great man, and he loves God, but he is without understanding and without humility." (21).
  • Germanus (21), soldier-bishop who defended the Kentish coat from Saxons c. 400 CE
  • Clovis (21), former king of the Franks

People of Seals' Island Edit

  • Beornwulf (8), Owain's Saxon master. "A fair, thickset young man with a skin tanned and wind-burned to the colour of copper, and pale straight brows that almost met across the bridge of his nose." (8). Foster-brother of Haegel the king of the South Saxons (9). Blue-eyed. Only son of an only son. Dies at Wodensbeorg (16).
    • Golden-eye (10), Beornwulf's favourite mare.
    • Teitri (10), a white stallion raised by Owain, "a name given sometimes to men but seldom to horses, for it meant simply 'foal'" (11). Given to Aethelbert to be the God Horse (12).
    • Wauleye (11), Beornstead sheepdog
  • Athelis (9), Beornwulf's wife. Reddish-fair hair (10). Sharp features. Stoic (11). An herb patch is "her rest and her joy" (18).
  • Helga (9), eldest child of Beornwulf and Athelis, "blue-eyed and barley-haired" (11). Makes a good match but seems "scarcely interested" in it (17).
  • Lilla (9), second child of Beornwulf and Athelis, blue-eyed and barley-haired" (11). "there was more in her to like [than Helga]" (17).
  • Bryni Beornwulfson (9), third child of Beornwulf and Athelis (9). Reddish hair and green eyes. Extremely impetuous (10). "not given to awareness of other people's moods" "wild and headstrong" (18). Whistles absent-mindedly. A good hunter. (19).
  • Gerd (9), fourth child of Beornwulf and Athelis, "blue-eyed and barley-haired" (10). Dies aged 5 (11).
  • Uncle Widreth (9), very old half-British bastard eldest son of Beornstead's founder; claims to be the son of a selkie. Cattle doctor, mender, storyteller. Owain's confidant (9). Dies 6 years after Owain's arrival (11).
  • Gunhilda (9, 14), Beornstead bondwoman
  • Caedman (9), "half-bred" farm thrall of Beornstead
  • Vadir Cedricson (9), the Hault, a skilled horseman, with a club-foot and a touchy disposition, breeder of vicious red dogs. Head of a numerous family, descended on his mother's side from Aelle. "only six or seven years older than Owain, with pale eyes, and faint lines that might have been either pain or a perpetual sneer running from the wings of the nostrils to the corners of the hard mobile mouth." (10). Fair-haired (15). "silken voice" (20). "insane courage" (22).
    • Fang (11), Vadir's dog, who kills Dog
  • Munna (9), old ferryman at the creek on the Regnum road (aka Hunna ch. 19)
  • Gyrth (10), "half-bred" farm thrall of Beornstead
  • Horn (10), the Smith's youngest son, Bryni's sidekick, "square brown face" (11).
  • Brand the Smith (11), Horn's father
  • Gamal Witterson (13, 17), elderly headman of the Seals' Island settlement
  • Grip (13), the boat-builder's son's dog, offspring of Dog
  • Ulf (13), of the Seals' Island settlement
  • Hunfirth (14), of the Seals' Island settlement
  • Edmund Whitefang (16), owes Beornwulf money for half a herring boat
  • Wiermund (17), Helga's husband, Gamal the headman's grandson
  • Oswy (17), elderly wedding guest, piper
  • Hunna (19), Seals' Island creek ferryman (aka Munna)
  • Ella (23), neighbour of Regina's farm

Saxon princes and their courts Edit

  • Ceawlin (1), Lord of the West Saxons
  • Coel (9) (Ceol), eldest nephew of Ceawlin, ruler of lands conquered from Kyndylan (9). Rebels against Ceawlin (15). Blue-eyed and bearded (16).
  • Coelwulf (9), nephew of Ceawlin, ruler of lands conquered from Kyndylan (9). Rebels against Ceawlin (15). Blue-eyed and bearded (16).
  • Cuthgils (9), youngest nephew of Ceawlin, ruler of the Chiltern uplands (9). Rebels (16).
  • Aethelbert of Kent (9), Jutish High King, with a grudge against Ceawlin. "he has the kind of cold merchant nature that hates well". Great-grandson of Hengest; husband of Bertha (9)
  • The Oiscings (9), Aethelbert's Saxon royal line
  • Aelle (9), conqueror and founder of the South Saxon Kingdom
  • Cissa (9), son of Aelle, namesake of Cissa's Caester (Regnum, Chichester)
  • Haegel the King (9) of the South Saxons, Beornwulf's foster-brother. "very dark for a Saxon" (9)
    • Hugin the Raven (10), a stallion of Haegel's, sire of Teitri
    • Garm (19), Haegel's greatest boarhound, killed.
  • Halfdean (15), Haegel's young son
  • Bertha (20), queen of Kent, a Frankish princess; a Christian. "A woman with a face like a horse, but a very gentle horse." "a beautiful voice, low-pitched and vibrant".
  • Lindhard (20), Bishop of Cantiisburg, Bertha's chaplain.
  • Ingwy (20), Aethelbert's harper
  • Hengest (20), leader of the old Saxon invasions
  • Redwald (20), king of the East Angles
  • Edwulf (20) the Coast Warden, announces the landing of Augustine on the Kent coast
  • Osric (22), young Saxon warrior in Aethebert's hall

Saxon gods and heroes Edit

  • Frey (10), Saxon fertility god, to whom white horses are sacred
  • Thor (10), Saxon god
  • Wayland (14), Saxon smith god
  • Woden (15) the All-Father, Saxon god
  • Beowa (20), the Sun-Hero who slew the Winter-Fiend, a.k.a. Beowulf
  • Scyld (22) the Father of his People
  • The Great Mother (23), goddess invoked by Regina's young mistress

PlacesEdit

Former British territory Edit

  • Aquae Sulis (Bath) (1), Roman city near which Kyndylan is defeated (1). Overrun by Ceawlin (3).
    • A ford outside Aquae Sulis on the Corinium road, where Kyndylan was defeated by Ceawlin (1)
  • Sabrina river (the Severn) (1), flows south past Viroconium to Glevum and opens on Sabrina's Sea.
  • Glevum (Gloucester) (1), Roman city on the Sabrina. Owain arrives days after Kyndylan's defeat to find the city evacuating.
  • Viroconium (Wroxeter) of the White Walls (1), Kyndylan's seat. Owain's family farm was a day's march southeast (1, 5). On the Sabrina river (3). Abandoned and burned by the Saxons (4).
    • The Virocon, upland dominating Viroconium
    • Graveyard and Amphitheatre outside the South Gate
      • grave of Marcus Petronius, where Owain snares a hare
    • the Forum (4), where the raiders camp (6)
      • the Forum Gate put up by Hadrian
      • Basilica
      • colonnade with shops, including a baker's
      • fountain
    • Kyndylan's Palace, burned
      • gardens with apple trees and a fountain grotto
      • a storeroom in a corner of the slaves' wing, where Owain and Regina live
    • House of Ulpius Pudentius, by the West Gate, burned (5)
    • the North Gate (6)
  • Dumnonia (2), south-west Britain
  • Venta (Winchester) (16), the Saxons gather north of here

Cymru (Wales) Edit

The "wild marches" of western Britain (2)

  • Gwynedd (2), north Wales, a bishopric
  • Isca Silurium (Caerleon) (2), "the City of Legions", destination of the Glevum refugees.
  • The Priscus farm (2), 2-3 days northwest of Glevum. "It stood at the end of a shallow combe, a cluster of two or three turf-thatched  bothies and a cattle fold, all within its encircling grey stone wall... its house-place walls were lime-washed in the Roman manner"

South Saxon Land (Sussex) Edit

Kingdom of the South Saxons. "Seven secret rivers" (9)

  • The Forest of Thorns (the Weald) (8), on the south coast
  • Saxon farm (8), near the coast in the Forest of Thorns, where Owain leaves Regina
  • Cissa's Caester or Regnum (Chichester) (9), Roman port northwest of Beornstead, near Haegel's Hall. Deserted.
  • The King's farm (11), half a day's ride north of Beornstead
  • Seals' Island (Selsey, Manhood Peninsula) (9), peninsula south of Beornstead
    • The Maen Wood (Manhood Peninsula) (10), common land between Regnum and Seals' Island
    • Bremma's Dyke (9), north of Beornstead
    • The Haven Marshes (9), north of Beornstead
    • Beornstead (9), Beornwulf's outdweller farm, founded by a second son a generation after Aelle's conquest.
    • Shrine to Silvanus (10) just inside the woods west of the Regnum road, allegedly haunted
    • The Black Wood (19), north of Pagga's Ham
    • Pagga's Ham (Pagham) (19), settlement on the north side of Windy Harbour
    • Windy Harbour (Pagham) (9), harbour of Beornwulf's settlement
    • Widda's Ham (10), settlement on the eastern (?) coast of Seals' Island
    • Cymenshore (9), rocky coast southeast side of Seals' Island

The Kingdom of Kent Edit

  • Cantiisburg (Canterbury) (16), Aethelbert's capital, formerly of the Cantii and Roman Durnovaria. Aethelbert occupies the Governor's Palace. Bertha attends the Church of St. Martin. (20).
  • Ebbesfleet (20), Augustine's landing-place
  • Rutupiae (Richborough) (21), ruined Roman fort, Augustine's camp
  • Tanatus Island (21), marshy island opposite Rutupiae
  • Dubris (Dover) (20), port, site of a Roman pharos, with a legionary road to Cantiisburg

Elsewhere in Britain Edit

  • Londinium (9), city ruled by Ceawlin
  • Wibbendune (9), where Ceawlin defeated Aethelbert 25 years earlier
  • Wilton (16), Ceawlin's capital
  • Wodensbeorg (16), "ancient hill fort...the strongest place in all North Wessex". Ceawlin's camp.
  • Icknield Way (16), an ancient track

On the continent Edit

  • Armorica, Gaul (Brittany) (2), Maximus planted a veterans' settlement. Destination of British refugees (2)
  • Romeburg (20)

Flora and faunaEdit

  • Moorhen (1)
  • Rush (1)
  • Water-crowfoot (1)
  • Hawthorn (1, 5, 6, 8, 10)
  • Pear (1)
  • Alder (1)
  • Osier (1)
  • Willow-herb (1)
  • Badger (1)
  • Raven (1)
  • Wild fowl (1)
  • Grey wagtail (2)
  • Swallow (2)
  • Midge (2)
  • Bees (3)
  • Bell-heather (3)
  • Harebell (4)
  • Poplar (4)
  • Shepherd's purse (4)
  • Bramble (4), crimson-berried
  • Traveller's-joy (4)
  • Hare (4)
  • Blackberry (4)
  • Quince (4)
  • Chiff-chaff (4), eats flies
  • Hazel (4, 8)
  • Fern (4)
  • Owl (4)
  • Hedgehog (5, 8)
  • Fox (5)
  • Cats (5)
  • Sparrow (5)
  • Robin (5)
  • Chaffinch (5)
  • Thrush (5, 6, 7)
  • Blue tit (5)
  • Olive (5)
  • Wild hyacinth (5)
  • Wood pigeon (6)
  • Roebuck (6)
  • Blackthorn (6)
  • Rosemary (6)
  • Holly (6, 8)
  • Juniper (6)
  • Convolvulus (6)
  • Willow wren (7)
  • Green plover (8)
  • Yew (8)
  • Dock (8)
  • Honeysuckle (8)
  • Crack willow (8)
  • Thorn tree (8)
  • Oak (9)
  • Curlew (10)
  • Sandpiper (10)
  • Warbler (11)
  • Horned poppy (21)

Historical backgroundEdit

Battle of Deorham and Kyndylan Edit

The battle in whose aftermath Dawn Wind opens is not named in the text. It is usually known as the Battle of Deorham at Dyrham, South Gloucestershire, 10 kilometres north of Bath. It was recorded only in the 9th century Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, where the defeated British leaders were named as Conmail of Gloucester (Glevum), Farinmail of Bath (Aquae Sulis), and Condidan of Cirencester (Corinium). The latter Sutcliff has revised into Kyndylan of Viroconium (Wroxeter, Shropshire). The name Kyndylan is apparently taken from a roughly contemporary chieftain of Powys, Cynddylan ap Cyndrwyn.

Roman monuments at Viroconium Edit

Two Roman inscriptions at Viroconium are mentioned in the text. They are recorded in The Roman Inscriptions of Britain, Vol. 1 by R.G. Collingwood and R.P. Wright and can be viewed online at the RIB's website.

  • The gravestone of Marcus Petronius of the 14th Legion (RIB 294)
  • Forum dedication to the Emperor Hadrian (RIB 288)

Adaptations Edit

Dawn Wind was adapted for radio in six episodes broadcast by the BBC Home Service from 24 August-28 September 1962. It was adapted by Felix Felton and produced by David Davis.

  • Part 1: The Breaking of Britain (BBC Home Service Basic, 24 August 1962)[1]
  • Part 2: The Olive Wood Fire (BBC Home Service Basic, 31 August 1962)[2]
  • Part 3: The Silver Foal (BBC Home Service Basic, 7 September 1962)[3]
  • Part 4: The Hour of the Ravens (BBC Home Service Basic, 14 September 1962)[4]
  • Part 5: The Lantern Gleams (BBC Home Service Basic, 21 September 1962)[5]
  • Part 6: The Return (BBC Home Service Basic, 28 September 1962)[6]

Publication historyEdit

In English:

  1. London : Oxford University Press, 1961. Illus. Charles Keeping. Map. 241 pages.[7]
    • London : Oxford University Press, 1970.[8]
  2. New York: Henry Z. Walck, 1962.[9]
    • New York : Henry Z. Walck, 1973.[10]
  3. Harmondsworth : Puffin in association with Oxford University Press, 1982.[11]
  4. North Rocks, N.S.W. : Royal N.S.W. Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, 1982. Braille edition.[12]
  5. Namelos, 2009. Nook e-book.[13]
  6. Front Street Inc, 2010.[14]
  7. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013. Illus. Charles Keeping. 327 pages.[15]

Excerpted:

  1. The Invaders. Chicago, Ill. : Science Research Associates, 1964. Illus. John Mecray. 32 pages.[16]

In translation:

  1. Frühwind. German by Ilse Vera Lauterbach. Illus. Karl Hartig. Gütersloh : Mohn, 1961.[17]
    • Gütersloh : S. Mohn, 1963.[18]
    • Gütersloh, 1968.[19]
  2. Ochtendwind. Dutch by Ruth Wolf. Illus. Charles Keeping. Rotterdam : Christofoor, 1980.[20]
  3. Owins Weg in die Freiheit. German by Alfred Nordmann. Stuttgart : Urachhaus, 1983.[21]
    • München : Taschenbuch-Verl., 1995.[22]
    • Morgenwind Owins Weg in die Freiheit. Stuttgart : Verl. Freies Geistesleben, 1997.[23]
    • Morgenwind Owins Weg in die Freiheit. Stuttgart : Verl. Freies Geistesleben, 2011.[24]
  4. Yoake no kaze. Japanese by Kari Hajima. Horupu Shuppan, 2004.[25]

References Edit

  1. https://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/dbe30d7432ab49f3a47f9b6c337412a5
  2. https://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/94a959988b8b4db7a9c0bb70be0c6a34
  3. https://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/f13f3fb0c35340bd8672f6e223d95a6a
  4. https://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/2c30218a911d4b33af97e09b70ff9afe
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