The Arthur of the Welsh: the Arthurian legend in medieval Welsh literature

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University of Wales Press, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 310 pages
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An excellent survey of the material - with top-notch research by the best in their field. If people would read this book, we could dispense with all the New Age hodge-podge out there that only clouds ... Read full review

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The Welsh version of Arthur, as opposed to the later French contamination! This is an interesting collection of scholarly articles by various authors, and is well worth reading for anyone interested in the development of the Arthurian legends. Read full review

Contents

The Arthur of History
15
The Early Welsh Arthurian Poems
33
Culhwch ac Olwen The Triads Saints Lives
73
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About the author (1991)

Rachel Bromwich is an honorary professor of Welsh at the University of Wales–Lampeter.

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