Warrior ScarletBook - 1958
In Bronze Age Britain, Drem must overcome the disability of a crippled arm in order to pass his tribe's test of manhood and become a warrior.
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Drem had successfully killed a wolf to earn the right to wear the Warrior Scarlet kilt as a Young Warrior in his Clan. After the initiation ceremony, Drem finds himself:
"... like someone waking from a sleep that has been uneasy and full of crowding dreams, he opened his eyes and knew by the angle of the sword of sunlight striking through the smoke hole in the crown of the roof, that it was evening; knew also that he was lying on piled fern, under deerskin rugs in his own sleeping stall ... he was sharply and shiningly aware of the delicate, fork-tongued flicker of the fire on the hearth, and the golden dust dancing in the beam of sunlight, and the little rhythmic sounds that meant somebody weaving ...". [p. 207-8]
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