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* DeadlyDecadentCourt: A recurring theme in his novels, the plots of several of them are kick-started by one palace intrigue or another.

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* DeadlyDecadentCourt: DecadentCourt: A recurring theme in his novels, the plots of several of them are kick-started by one palace intrigue or another.


* ''The Summer Tree'' (1984)
* ''The Wandering Fire'' (1986)
* ''The Darkest Road'' (1986)

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* ** ''The Summer Tree'' (1984)
* ** ''The Wandering Fire'' (1986)
* ** ''The Darkest Road'' (1986)


* ''Sailing To Sarantium'' (1998)
* ''Lord Of Emperors'' (2000)

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* ** ''Sailing To Sarantium'' (1998)
* ** ''Lord Of Emperors'' (2000)



* LowFantasy: While magic is always present to one degree or another in his novels, it usually remains in the background, and plays a small role in the outcome of the events depicted.

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* LowFantasy: While magic is always present to one degree or another in his novels, it usually remains in the background, and plays a small role in the outcome of the events depicted. That said, this is not universal. ''The Fionavar Tapestry'', which is HighFantasy, is an exception to this rule, while ''Tigana'' is something of a transitional book that sits on the edge between High and Low Fantasy.


** ''Sailing To Sarantium'': The rise of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I
** ''Lord Of Emperors'': The Nika Riots of Constantinople

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** ''Sailing To Sarantium'': ''The Sarantine Mosaic'': The rise reign of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I
** ''Lord Of Emperors'': The
I and the aftermath of the Nika Riots of ConstantinopleRiots


* GreyAndGrayMorality

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* GreyAndGrayMoralityGreyAndGrayMorality: With the exception of ''Literature/{{Ysabel}}'' and ''Literature/{{Tigana}}''. The former is closer WhiteAndGreyMorality and latter is TheGoodTheBadAndTheEvil.


'''Guy Gavriel Kay''' (born November 7, 1954) is an award-winning Canadian fantasy author. His works are known for hewing close to medieval European history, and for having very little magic.

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'''Guy Gavriel Kay''' [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever CM]] (born November 7, 1954) is an award-winning Canadian fantasy author. His works are known for hewing close to medieval European history, and for having very little magic.


## ''The Summer Tree'' (1984)
## ''The Wandering Fire'' (1986)
## ''The Darkest Road'' (1986)

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## * ''The Summer Tree'' (1984)
## * ''The Wandering Fire'' (1986)
## * ''The Darkest Road'' (1986)



## ''Sailing To Sarantium'' (1998)
## ''Lord Of Emperors'' (2000)

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## * ''Sailing To Sarantium'' (1998)
## * ''Lord Of Emperors'' (2000)


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* ''A Brightness Long Ago'' (2019)


'''Guy Gavriel Kay''' is an award-winning Canadian fantasy author. His works are known for hewing close to medieval European history, and for having very little magic.

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'''Guy Gavriel Kay''' (born November 7, 1954) is an award-winning Canadian fantasy author. His works are known for hewing close to medieval European history, and for having very little magic.

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Guy Gavriel Kay is an award-winning Canadian fantasy author. His works are known for hewing close to medieval European history, and for having very little magic.

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Guy '''Guy Gavriel Kay Kay''' is an award-winning Canadian fantasy author. His works are known for hewing close to medieval European history, and for having very little magic.



** ''The Summer Tree''
** ''The Wandering Fire''
** ''The Darkest Road''
* ''Literature/{{Tigana}}''
* ''Literature/ASongForArbonne''
* ''Literature/TheLionsOfAlRassan''

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** ## ''The Summer Tree''
**
Tree'' (1984)
##
''The Wandering Fire''
**
Fire'' (1986)
##
''The Darkest Road''
Road'' (1986)
* ''Literature/{{Tigana}}''
''Literature/{{Tigana}}'' (1990)
* ''Literature/ASongForArbonne''
''Literature/ASongForArbonne'' (1992)
* ''Literature/TheLionsOfAlRassan''''Literature/TheLionsOfAlRassan'' (1995)



** ''Sailing To Sarantium''
** ''Lord Of Emperors''
* ''Beyond This Dark House''
* ''Literature/TheLastLightOfTheSun''
* ''Literature/{{Ysabel}}''
* ''Literature/UnderHeaven''
* ''River of Stars''
* ''Literature/ChildrenOfEarthAndSky''

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** ## ''Sailing To Sarantium''
**
Sarantium'' (1998)
##
''Lord Of Emperors''
Emperors'' (2000)
* ''Beyond This Dark House''
House'' (2003)
* ''Literature/TheLastLightOfTheSun''
''Literature/TheLastLightOfTheSun'' (2004)
* ''Literature/{{Ysabel}}''
''Literature/{{Ysabel}}'' (2007)
* ''Literature/UnderHeaven''
''Literature/UnderHeaven'' (2010)
* ''River of Stars''
''Literature/RiverOfStars'' (2013)
* ''Literature/ChildrenOfEarthAndSky''''Literature/ChildrenOfEarthAndSky'' (2016)


* DiseaseByAnyOtherName: Diabetes shows up in Literature/UnderHeaven, under the name "the sugar sickness".

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* DiseaseByAnyOtherName: Diabetes shows up in Literature/UnderHeaven, ''Literature/UnderHeaven'', under the name "the sugar sickness".

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* DiseaseByAnyOtherName: Diabetes shows up in Literature/UnderHeaven, under the name "the sugar sickness".


* ''Children of Earth and Sky''

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* ''Children of Earth and Sky''''Literature/ChildrenOfEarthAndSky''

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** ''Children of Earth and Sky'': The aftermath of the Fall of Constantinople and the intrigues between the Maritime Republics.


* CrystalDragonJesus
* DeadlyDecadentCourt

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* CrystalDragonJesus
CrystalDragonJesus: Thinly veiled stand-ins for real world religions appear in most of his novels.
* DeadlyDecadentCourtDeadlyDecadentCourt: A recurring theme in his novels, the plots of several of them are kick-started by one palace intrigue or another.



* FantasyCounterpartCulture

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* FantasyCounterpartCultureFantasyCounterpartCulture: He sticks so closely to the source material that individual characters can be matched one for one with historical figures from the original cultures.



* LowFantasy

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* LowFantasyLowFantasy: While magic is always present to one degree or another in his novels, it usually remains in the background, and plays a small role in the outcome of the events depicted.

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