The Hawk and the Dove Paperback
First Book in The Hawk And The Dove Series
by Penelope Wilcock;
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Revealing and well researched first book in this unusually touching and human fiction series set in a medieval monastery
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The Hawk and the Dove
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At the start of the first novel Father Peregrine is appointed Abbot, at the age of 45. Father Peregrine, whose name in religion is Columba, is an arrogant, impatient man, a hawk trying hard to be a dove, whose struggles to manifest the character he considers to be expected of an abbot provide much of the narrative.
Peregrine is surrounded by a company of flawed, human monks who are - for the most part - also serious about their calling, and who - again for the most part - come to love their driven and hard-driving leader. They lived six centuries ago, yet their struggles are our own-finding our niche; coping with failure; living with impossible people; and discovering that we are the impossible ones.
The Hawk and the Dove by Penelope Wilcock was published by Lion Hudson Plc in February 2015 and is our 23290th best seller. The ISBN for The Hawk and the Dove is 9781782641391.
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Details for The Hawk and the Dove
|Page last updated||3rd May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Penelope Wilcock|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson Plc (February 2015)|
|Edition||3rd Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||176|