King Arthur and His Knights: Selected Tales

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Oxford University Press, 1975 - Science - 231 pages
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Thomas Malory, knight, adventurer, and soldier died on March 14, 1471, having spent the last 20 years of his life in prison, where he wrote most of his works. KING ARTHUR AND HIS KNIGHTS is a thoroughly readable, accurate rendering of Malory's famous stories of King Arthur, Merlin, Lancelot, Gawain, and the Holy Grail. It includes the familiar exploits that have become part of the cultural tradition of the English-speaking world.
 

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Contents

Merlin
3
Baiin or The Knight with the Two Swords
15
Pelleas and Ettard
41
The Knight of the Cart
51
Lancelot and Elaine
71
The Holy Grail
101
The Poisoned Apple
113
The Fair Maid of Astolat
129
The Death of King Arthur or The Most Piteous Tale
157
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
227
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Sir Thomas Malory (c.1405-1471) was the author or compiler of the famous Le Morte d'Arthur.

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