Everything you need to understand or teach The Forest House by Marion Zimmer Bradley.
The Forest House is the story of the love affair between Eilan, a native British woman, and Gaius, a half-Roman man raised by his Roman father. As such, it is also the story of how the Romans conquered Britain, and the aftermath of their invasion and occupation.
The story is bookended by a prologue and an epilogue told from the viewpoint of Caillean, a high priestess of a group of women on an island. She sets up the narrative as a story of how she came to found the House on the island. Caillean begins by telling of how Eilan and Gaius met; Eilan was in the woods with her friend and niece (though they are the same age), Dieda, when they find Gaius trapped in a pit set up to trap boars. He stays with their family for some time as he recovers from his... View more of the The Forest House Summary
The Forest House Lesson Plans contain 118 pages of teaching material, including: