- Author:William Lewis Jones
- Publisher:Folcroft Library Editions (June 1, 1980)
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member. Clear and summary a form as possible, the origin and growth of King Arthur's historical and literary renown, and follows, largely, the lines of a chapter contributed by me to the first volume of The Cambridge History of English Literature.
You will discover legend looks almost nothing like the noble king so many of us imagine.
6 Table of Contents LECTURE 24 King Arthur in the 21 st Century and Beyond SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL Bibliography iv. 7 King Arthur: History and Legend Scope: For more than 1,000 years, stories of King Arthur and his knights have fascinated people from all different walks of life. You will discover legend looks almost nothing like the noble king so many of us imagine.
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Sayfa 27 Geoffrey of Monmouth is the first to give us elaborate details about Arthur's encounter with Modred, and his motley army of Saxons, Picts and Scots, on the banks of the river Cambula, or Camel. The river, according to Geoffrey, is in the west. Sayfa 60 CHAPTER III GEOFFREY OF MONMOUTH AND THE CHRONICLERS CHAUCER, in his Hous of Fame, gives a station of conspicuous honour to a group of writers whose claim to distinction is that they are all besy for to bere up Troye.
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Don W. King, Montreat College, author of C. S. Lewis, Poet
Don W. Lewis, Poet. The Inklings and King Arthur is a very significant addition to serious study of the Inklings circle of C. Lewis, J. R. Tolkien, and their friends. It distinctively focusses upon the group rather than only on Lewis, Tolkien, or other members individually, as has often been the case. It seems slightly Lewis heavy, but that is sensible as he heavily drew on Arthurian legend for his Space Trilogy. 2 people found this helpful. King Arthur is known around the world as an archetypal hero, and he was a central fixture in the minds of the Inklings who were, of course, citizens of the United Kingdom.