After James Douglas and his daughter Ellen are banished from their home, they go into hiding with the help of several enemies of the king. The Lady of the Lake is an intricate story filled with political and social intrigue, romance and chivalry.
James Douglas is the former Earl of Bothwell, who once mentored King James V of Scotland. He is currently exiled from the realm and living on the outskirts of the kingdom. Douglas and his daughter Ellen have found refuge on the island of Loch Katrine under the watch of its clan chief, Roderick Dhu. Roderick, the young Malcolm Graeme, and the mysterious knight, James Fitz-James vie for Ellen's affection, while awaiting the king's impending attack.
The Lady of the Lake is a Gaelic classic that depicts the ongoing feud between highland and lowland Scots. It was a popular international release that entertained audiences across the globe. The story has stood the test of time and is a staple in children's literature.
With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Lady of the Lake is both modern and readable.