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Sign Up. The Saxons 1 continue to capture lands of the British aristocracy at the start of the Dark Ages 2. During this time a prince emerges from the British. His name was Arthur, and the story of Camelot began 3. Was Dracula a real person? Was Sherlock Holmes based on a real person? Was Paul Bunyan a real person? Was Jim Crow a real person? Idylls of the King by Alfred Tennyson, edited by J. Arthur's story as told by the great Victorian poet. The Once and Future King by T. A fantasy classic, originally published between and Very strange, interesting and historically informative - a must-read.

The Mabinogion edited and translated by Jeffrey Gantz. Medieval Welsh stories, including Arthurian romances. Chretien De Troyes was a 12th century French poet who wrote five romances about Arthur's knights. Everyone has heard of the Dark-Age hero Arthur, but who was he?

Arthurian Legend

Was he really a king? This anthology of Arthurian texts, many translated into English for the first time, traces the legend of Arthur from the earliest mentions in Latin chronicles to medieval times.

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The Romance of Arthur edited by James J. Anthology of translated medieval texts about King Arthur. Origins of Arthurian Romances by Flint F. Early sources for the legends of Tristan, the Grail, and the abduction of the queen.

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Written in the 12th century, this is one of the earliest books to discuss King Arthur, who is presented as a real historical figure. According to the author, King Arthur was a composite character created by 12th century writer Geoffrey of Monmouth from elements that can be traced back to the first century BC. The Alliterative Morte Arthure is a medieval English poem whose author is unknown. This translation renders the poem "in unflinching and gory detail. Le Morte Darthur by Thomas Malory. The standard version of the King Arthur stories, first published in and based on earlier French romances.

This edition is unabridged, with original spelling and extensive marginal glosses and footnotes. Written in French in the 14th century, the Arthurian story Perceforest is over a million words long and includes the first written version of the Sleeping Beauty story. This is an abridged but thorough translation.

French poetry based on the Arthur legends. A comprehensive survey of the Arthurian legends, from the earliest medieval texts to contemporary literature, art, music, film, and popular culture.

A modern legend

Essays explore central themes such as the Grail legend. An easy-to-read yet detailed introduction to the myth and legend that surrounds Britain's greatest hero. Essays offer an overview of the role of fortune in legends of King Arthur's court and reign. Lacy and Marianne E. A reference to King Arthur in art and legend. The Arthurian Handbook by Norris J. Lacy, Geoffrey Ashe, and Debra N. A reference guide.

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    Nastali, Phillip C. Bibliography of the Arthurian tradition in English from the Middle Ages to the year Lists over 11, works in all media, including fiction, poetry, drama; editions and translations of medieval works; children's literature; history and folklore; Arthurian art, music, films, television, and comics. Collection of illustrations by artists such as N. Wyeth, Aubrey Beardsley, and Howard Pyle. King Arthur in Music edited by Richard Barber.

    Essays from nine experts in different fields look at Arthurian music in opera, and on stage and screen.

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    Sklar and Donald L. Essays cover the Arthurian legend in economics, ethics, education, entertainment, music, fun and games, the Internet, and esoterica. Retells the classic legends of King Arthur and his knights. Stories about the birth and death of Arthur; his noble knights; and honor, chivalry, and the quest for the Holy Grail.

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    For children ages 9 to Irish folklorist Padraic Colum was noted for his imaginative versions of ancient lyrical fantasies. This illustrated treasury includes 15 of his tales. The Road to Camlann by Rosemary Sutcliff is the first in a well-regarded series of novels for young adults readers.