The Apprentice's Masterpiece

The Apprentice's Masterpiece

A Story Of Medieval Spain

Book - 2008
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Tells the story of two teenage boys, one a converso and the other a Muslim, living in Spain during the Inquisition as their lives take very different paths when one is enslaved and the other is brought into the service of the Inquisitors.
Publisher: Toronto : Annick Press, c2008.
ISBN: 9781554511907
1554511909
9781554511174
1554511178
Characteristics: 310 p. ; 22 cm.

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KateNicola
Sep 22, 2014

This book is a rare treat. I am not usually a fan of stories written solely in poetry, but this one surprised me. It is written for a young adult audience, so the content is tame, but the emotion of the "apprentice"(a "New Christian, a converso) and his slave (a Moor) are palpable. While it may not be entirely accurate, it provides a snapshot of a tenuous period in history.

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