The Pendragon Chronicles: Heroic Fantasy from the Time of King Arthur

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Mike Ashley
Peter Bedrick Books, Jun 1, 1991 - Fiction - 428 pages
2 Reviews
A collection of Arthurian stories whose authors include Jane Yolen, André Norton, and John Steinbeck. The Camelot Chronicles (1992) is a companion volume. Recommended.

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Review: The Pendragon Chronicles: Heroic Fantasy from the Time of King Arthur (Arthurian Anthologies)

User Review  - Krishna Shah - Goodreads

This was an anthology of legends about king Arthur and the knights of the round table. I liked the stories which had a nice adventure and a look back in time. Read full review

Review: The Pendragon Chronicles: Heroic Fantasy from the Time of King Arthur (Arthurian Anthologies)

User Review  - Mallory - Goodreads

This is a great collection of short stories from King Arthur lore. It also has a glossary of the characters and the different names they go by, and the places mentioned in the stories. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
THE DRAGONS BOY Jane Yolen
32
The knight with the two swords
49
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Mike Ashley is a renowned expert in the world of science fiction and fantasy literature. He received the Science Fiction Research Association's Pilgrim Award in 2002 for lifetime achievement in science fiction research. He has written many books, including "A Brief History of King Arthur" (Robinson, 2010); "Taking Liberties" (British Library, 2008); "Gateways to Forever" (Liverpool University Press, 2007); "The Age of Storytellers" (British Library, 2006); "Transformations "(Liverpool University Press, 2005); and "Starlight Man: The Extraordinary Story of Algernon Blackwood" (Constable, 2001).

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