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The Alliterative Morte Arthure : A Verse Translation

by Valerie Krishna

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Krishna's 'Critical Edition' (isbn 089102039X, published by Burt Franklin) is the original poem in Middle English. This is not to confused with the same scholar's 'Verse Translation' of this work into Modern English (isbn 0819130362 or 0819130354, published by University Press of America).
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0819130362, Paperback)

One of the finest narrative poems of the Middle Ages translated in its entirety by a recognized authority on the poem. This volume represents an important chapter in the evolution of the Arthurian legend. It is marked as an epic poem by its celebration of battle and conquest and its unsentimental depiction of combat and death.

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