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Three Hearts and Three Lions
also called a 1953 novella by Poul Anderson which appeared in Fantasy & Science Fiction and has 4 more synonyms

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  1. a 1961 fantasy novel by Poul Anderson

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 10, 2009
  2. The 1953 novella is a NESFA 1953 Retro-Hugo Recommendation

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  3. Holger Carlsen, in the course of his work in the Danish Resistance to the Nazis, finds himself carried to a parallel universe, which proves to have the Matter of France as its historical past

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  4. The original alignment system of Dungeons & Dragons, which grouped all players and creatures into "Law" and "Chaos", was influenced by Three Hearts and Three Lions

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  5. Holger later appears as a minor character in Anderson's A Midsummer Tempest, still in search of his return

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