This is the story of the visit to Provence that had been suggested
by King Alexander to help Roderic recover from his illness caused
by the mugging on castle hill. Roderic needed a companion for the
journey and he learned to appreciate his younger brother, Kenneth
Malcolm, in his visits to Kintail. Their father Kenneth MacKenzie
took them on learning sessions through the Kintail hills and
mountains, and taught them both sailing on their lochs and seas.
They also learned more about each other and felt they would do well
together on the long months that the trip would take. Roderic had a
letter of introduction to the Count of Provence who was well known
expert in Provencal stories and songs and enjoy the experience.
Kenneth Malcolm would visit the University of Paris and the
University of Oxford to see which he would attend. The King of
Scotland would take them with him to France where they would meet
his mother, Marie de Coucy, Queen of Scotland, and visit the
magnificent Chateau de Coucy as her guest. She would show them
Paris and then get them on to a barge to begin their great
adventure to the south of France. They would earn their way with
|Country of origin:
Mildred Maylea MacBride
||216 x 140 x 9mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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