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KING ARTHUR OF CAMELOT (10 Books in One Volume) - The History & The Myth of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table - cover

KING ARTHUR OF CAMELOT (10 Books in One Volume) - The History & The Myth of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

Howard Pyle, Richard Morris, James Knowles, T. W. Rolleston, Thomas Malory, Alfred Tennyson, Maude L. Radford

Translator Charlotte Guest

Publisher: DigiCat

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Summary

In 'KING ARTHUR OF CAMELOT (10 Books in One Volume),' the timeless legend of Arthurian lore is reimagined through a tapestry of diverse narratives, each bringing a unique literary style and perspective to the fabled mythos. This anthology seamlessly weaves together the works of Howard Pyle, Richard Morris, James Knowles, T. W. Rolleston, Thomas Malory, Alfred Tennyson, and Maude L. Radford, among others, to explore the multifaceted nature of King Arthur's world. The collection stands as a testament to the enduring appeal and adaptability of Arthurian tales, showcasing their influence across various literary movements from medieval romance to Victorian poetry, and underlines the narratives' ability to engage with themes of chivalry, valor, magic, and the quest for identity. The assembled authors, hailing from diverse backgrounds and time periods, collectively contribute to the anthology's exploration of Arthurian legends through their individual and historical context. These contributors have been instrumental in defining and redefining the Arthurian legend for new generations, aligning with and contributing to various historical, cultural, and literary movements. Their works illuminate the depth and complexity of the Arthurian tales, enriching the anthology with a blend of ancient lore, romanticized myths, and literary craftsmanship. This multidimensional exploration provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of King Arthur's lasting legacy in Western literature. 'KING ARTHUR OF CAMELOT' offers readers an unparalleled opportunity to dive into the world of Arthurian legends through a curated selection of seminal works. By presenting a variety of perspectives, themes, and literary styles within a single volume, the anthology fosters a rich dialogue between the different authors' interpretations of the Arthur myth. Scholars, students, and enthusiasts of Arthurian lore will find this collection an invaluable resource for both its educational value and its deep engagement with the legend of King Arthur, encouraging a renewed appreciation for the narratives that have shaped centuries of literary tradition.
Available since: 12/14/2023.
Print length: 3215 pages.

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