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Reading Oddities

 

Ivanhoe by Sir Walter ScottLast month I read Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott. Friar Tuck serves St. Dunston at his chapel. Is this a real saint? Presumably, but I don’t know since I’m not Catholic. Now I’m reading Stoneheart by Charlie Fletcher. George and Edie are taking refuge for the night at St. Dunston’s Church in London.

I can’t remember ever hearing of the saint before – now twice in a month…