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Sir Dinadan

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1DinadansFriend
May 28, 2014, 3:45pm

Why is Sir Dinadan left out of almost all modern versions of the Arthur Story? Only T.H. White gives him as much as a line. I'm simply gobsmacked on this omission. Malory has reasonable coverage, and one version of the Tristan Legend, but nothing modern.

2Crypto-Willobie
Edited: May 29, 2014, 4:01am

Do you know The Merriest Knight? Dinadan is the central character.

He also gets a bit of work in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court-- depending on what you consider "modern."

3shadrach_anki
Jul 8, 2014, 1:25pm

There's The Ballad of Sir Dinadan by Gerald Morris. It's the fifth book in The Squire's Tales series. Also, I am fairly certain Dinadan makes appearances in other books in the series, albeit in a more minor role. Yes, the books are written for younger readers, but I quite enjoy them.