King Arthur Through the Ages, Volume 1

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Valerie Marie Lagorio, Mildred Leake Day
Garland Pub., 1990 - Literary Criticism - 348 pages
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Over 30 essays, commissioned by the president and vice president of the North American branch of the International Arthurian Society, discuss various aspects of the legend from its beginnings to the 20th century. Some of the topics are the appearance of the legend in medieval Scandinavia, Italy, Scotland, and in Hebrew and Yiddish literature; a survey of modern editions of Malory, and their contributions to scholarship; and 20th century renditions in novels, poetry, film, and comic books. The two volumes ($35 each) are indexed separately. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Contents

Arthur Among the German Romantics
3
The Arthurian Revival
22
A Survey
44
Copyright

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