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In this powerful and visionary novel of Celtic Britain in the tenth century, Sian Hayton writes of the Christianizing of the pagan world that was the overthrow of woman; of one particular woman in the North of Britain who comes to the monks to learn about the new faith, and they are scandalized by her beauty and her physical strength.

Cells of Knowledge 1998, New Amsterdam Books

ISBN-13: 9781561310319

Trade paperback

Cells of Knowledge 1990, New Amsterdam Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781561310005

Revised edition


Cells of Knowledge 1989, Polygon

ISBN-13: 9780748660056