Arthur, King of Britain: History, Romance, Chronicle & Criticism, with Texts in Modern English, from Gildas to Malory
by BRENGLE, Richard L. (editor)
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New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts / Meredith Publishing Company. Very Good. 1964. Softcover. A collection of various writings on the life of the legendary British King Arthur. The writings begin with St. Gildas in about 540 AD through several other writers, culminating in Sir Thomas Malory's famous "Le Morte D'Arthur" from about 1469-1485. Also with literary criticism of these works by modern writers, study questions, topics for investigation, bibliography and glossary. --- In stiff grey wraps with shadowy images to covers, suggesting the murky history of Arthur. --- With a previous owner's signature and notation to first page, minor cover scuffs and with acidic stain to inside of front cover, else a sound, bright copy.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; xv, 439 pages .
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- Arthur, King of Britain: History, Romance, Chronicle & Criticism, with Texts in Modern English, from Gildas to Malory
- BRENGLE, Richard L. (editor)
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- Appleton-Century-Crofts / Meredith Publishing Company
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