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Modern Arthurian Literature

by Alan Lupack (Editor)

Other authors: Matthew Arnold (Contributor), Thomas Berger (Contributor), J. Comyns Carr (Contributor), John Ciardi (Contributor), Valerie Nieman Colander (Contributor)20 more, Henry Fielding (Contributor), Nathaniel Hawthorne (Contributor), Mrs. T.K. Hervey (Contributor), Ben Jonson (Contributor), John Leland (Contributor), James Russell Lowell (Contributor), John Masefield (Contributor), Wendy M. Mnookin (Contributor), William Morris (Contributor), Howard Pyle (Contributor), Edward Arlington Robinson (Contributor), Edmund Spenser (Contributor), Jonathan Swift (Contributor), Algernon Charles Swinburne (Contributor), Sara Teasdale (Contributor), Alfred Tennyson (Contributor), Katrina Trask (Contributor), Richard Wilbur (Contributor), Charles Williams (Contributor), William Wordsworth (Contributor)

Series: Arthurian Characters and Themes

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First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Arnold, MatthewContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Berger, ThomasContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Ciardi, JohnContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Colander, Valerie NiemanContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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CONTENTS:
From The assertion of King Arthure / John Leland ; translated from the Latin by Richard Robinson (1544, trans. 1582) --
From The faerie queene / Edmund Spenser (written from the 1570s to 1599) --
The speeches at Prince Henries barriers / Ben Jonson (1610) --
"A famous prediction of Merlin, the British wizard" / Jonathan Swift (1709) --
Tom Thumb / Henry Fielding (1730) --
"The marriage of Sir Gawaine" from Reliques of ancient English poetry / Bishop Thomas Percy, compiler (1765) --
"The Egyptian maid or the romance of the water-lily" / William Wordsworth (1835) --
"The Lady of Shalott" (1832) ; "Sir Galahad" (1834) ; "Merlin and the gleam (1889) / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
"The defence of Guenevere" (1858) ; "King Arthur's tomb" (1858) / William Morris --
"The day before the trial" (1858) ; "Lancelot" (1860) / Algernon Charles Swinburn --
"Tristram and Iseult" / Matthew Arnold (1852) --
From The feasts of Camelot / Mrs. T.K. (Eleanora Louisa Montagu) Hervey (1863) --
King Arthur : a drama in a prologue and four acts / J. Comyns Carr (1895). The vision of Sir Launfal / James Russell Lowell (1848) --
"The antique ring" / Nathaniel Hawthorne (1842) --
"Kathanal" / Katrina Trask (1892) --
From The story of King Arthur and his knights / Howard Pyle (1903) --
"Guenevere" / Sara Teasdale (1911) --
Merlin / Edwin Arlington Robinson (1917) --
"Gwenivere tells" (1928) ; "The death of Lancelot as told by Gwenivere" (1928) / John Masefield --
"Mount Badon" (1938) ; "The coming of Galahad" (1938) / Charles Williams --
"Merlin enthralled" / Richard Wilbur (1953) --
"Launcelot in hell / John Ciardi (1961) --
From Book IX of Arthur Rex / Thomas Berger (1978) --
"The naming of the lost" / Valerie Nieman Colander (1989) --
"Guenever speaks" / Wendy M. Mnookin (1987).
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