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Before Malory : reading Arthur in later medieval England

著者: Richard J Moll
出版商: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©2003.
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"Although most modern scholars doubt the historicity of King Arthur, parts of the legend were accepted as fact throughout the Middle Ages. Medieval accounts of the historical Arthur, however, present a very different king from the romances that are widely studied today. Richard Moll examines a wide variety of historical texts to explore the relationship between the Arthurian chronicles and the romances. He  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Sources
提及的人: Arthur, King.; Thomas Malory, Sir; Thomas Malory, Sir; Arthur, King; Arthur, roi.; Thomas Malory, Sir
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所有的著者/提供者: Richard J Moll
ISBN: 0802037224 9780802037220
OCLC号码: 52071195
描述: ix, 368 p. ; 24 cm.
内容: Introduction: facts and fictions --
The years of romance --
The scalacronica of Sir Thomas Gray of Heton --
Defending Arthur --
History curiously dytit --
Adventures in history --
Making history: John Hardyng's metrical chronicle --
Fifteenth-century scribes --
Conclusion: reading about Arthur.
责任: Richard J. Moll.
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"Although most modern scholars doubt the historicity of King Arthur, parts of the legend were accepted as fact throughout the Middle Ages. Medieval accounts of the historical Arthur, however, present a very different king from the romances that are widely studied today. Richard Moll examines a wide variety of historical texts to explore the relationship between the Arthurian chronicles and the romances. He demonstrates how competing and conflicting traditions interacted with one another, and how writers and readers of Arthurian texts negotiated a complex textual tradition."--Jacket.

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