History Creator / PatriciaCWrede

29th Aug '13 12:05:34 AM PaulA
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* HistoricalFantasy: Several, including an adaptation of ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed''.
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* HistoricalFantasy: Several, including ''Snow White and Rose Red'', an adaptation of ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed''.[[Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed the fairy tale of the same name]].
28th Aug '13 9:44:06 AM Greenygal
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* HistoricalFantasy: Several, including ''Snow White and Rose Red''.
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* HistoricalFantasy: Several, including ''Snow White and Rose Red''.an adaptation of ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed''.
8th Apr '13 11:05:59 PM PaulA
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Her other works include two series of [[RegencyEngland Regency]] Fantasy (one beginning with ''Mairelon the Magician'' and the other, co-written with Creator/CarolineStevermer, with ''Literature/SorceryAndCecelia''), and a series set in the world of Literature/{{Lyra}}, as well as a number of stand-alone novels (including ''The Seven Towers'') and numerous short stories.
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Her other works include two series of [[RegencyEngland Regency]] Fantasy (one beginning with ''Mairelon the Magician'' ''Literature/MairelonTheMagician'' and the other, co-written with Creator/CarolineStevermer, with ''Literature/SorceryAndCecelia''), and a series set in the world of Literature/{{Lyra}}, as well as a number of stand-alone novels (including ''The Seven Towers'') and numerous short stories.

Her other works include two series of [[RegencyEngland Regency]] Fantasy (one beginning with ''Mairelon the Magician'' and the other, co-written with Creator/CarolineStevermer, with ''Literature/SorceryAndCecelia''), and a series set in the world of Literature/{{Lyra}}, as well as a number of stand-alone novels (including ''The Seven Towers'') and numerous short stories.* ''Literature/MairelonTheMagician'' series

* BlueBlood: Several characters in the Regency fantasy ''Mairelon'' novels.

* FriendOrFoe: In ''Mairelon the Magician'', Kim is accosted as she comes out of the pub, and blacks his eye before she realizes it's Mairelon. * GentlemanWizard: Mairelon. * HistoricalFantasy: Several, including ''Snow White and Rose Red'' and the ''Mairelon'' series. * InstantRunes: Averted in ''Mairelon the Magician'', and more explicitly in ''Magician's Ward'', as Mairelon explains that the use of most magic requires runes prepared in advance. * MagicalForeignWords: In the Mairelon series, magicians use a foreign language because if you try to cast a spell using your own native language, it becomes uncontrollable. The amount of danger increases the further along you get in your magic studies. A first-year student casting a spell in their native language isn't likely to have results that are too awful, mostly because they are not yet able to use that much power. A third-year student casting a spell in their native language may be dealing with the consequences for weeks. * MagiciansAreWizards: The title character of ''Mairelon the Magician'' is a wizard who chooses the role of stage magician (in which he is also competent) to hide from the law, as nobody would expect a ''real'' magician to waste his time playing marketplaces. * TheMagocracy: The ''Mairelon'' novels are set in a world where magic does exist, and Wizards are so influential that the government and society bows to them. Specifically British Parliament had to move out of its building because the Wizards already worked in it, and Wizards are automatically considered social equals of any level in society. It's never implied that the King of Britain is a wizard, but the Russian royalty certainly is. * MentorShip: In the sequel to ''Mairelon''. * OldRetainer: Hunch in ''Mairelon''
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* FriendOrFoe: In ''Mairelon the Magician'', Kim is accosted as she comes out of the pub, and blacks his eye before she realizes it's Mairelon. * GentlemanWizard: Mairelon. * HistoricalFantasy: Several, including ''Snow White and Rose Red'' and the ''Mairelon'' series. * InstantRunes: Averted in ''Mairelon the Magician'', and more explicitly in ''Magician's Ward'', as Mairelon explains that the use of most magic requires runes prepared in advance. * MagicalForeignWords: In the Mairelon series, magicians use a foreign language because if you try to cast a spell using your own native language, it becomes uncontrollable. The amount of danger increases the further along you get in your magic studies. A first-year student casting a spell in their native language isn't likely to have results that are too awful, mostly because they are not yet able to use that much power. A third-year student casting a spell in their native language may be dealing with the consequences for weeks. * MagiciansAreWizards: The title character of ''Mairelon the Magician'' is a wizard who chooses the role of stage magician (in which he is also competent) to hide from the law, as nobody would expect a ''real'' magician to waste his time playing marketplaces. * TheMagocracy: The ''Mairelon'' novels are set in a world where magic does exist, and Wizards are so influential that the government and society bows to them. Specifically British Parliament had to move out of its building because the Wizards already worked in it, and Wizards are automatically considered social equals of any level in society. It's never implied that the King of Britain is a wizard, but the Russian royalty certainly is. * MentorShip: In the sequel to ''Mairelon''. * OldRetainer: Hunch in ''Mairelon''Red''.

* RegencyEngland: Several, including the ''Mairelon'' series.

* StreetUrchin: Kim, the protagonist of ''Mairelon the Magician''.
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