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The Camelot chronicles : heroic adventures from the time of King Arthur

Author: Michael Ashley
Publisher: New York : Carrol & Graf Publishers, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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After the runaway success of The Pendragon Chronicles, Mike Ashley brings together further stories of heroism and virtue from the age of the Knights of the Round Table, written by some of fantasy's bestselling authors, as well as famous names from literature. The mediaeval Arthurian world of chivalry and knight errantry is brought once more to life by this absorbing collection of stories. Including Jane Yolen's "The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Arthurian romances
Adaptations
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Ashley
ISBN: 088184912X 9780881849127
OCLC Number: 26714133
Description: 418 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Bell dame, sans merci / Vera Chapman --
The Winning of a sword / Howard Pyle --
The Storming bone / Ian McDowell --
The Oath of the Saxon / Peter Tremayne --
Blueflow / Don Wilcox --
The Brotherhood of Britain / Keith Taylor --
John, the Knight of the Lion (Traditional) --
Morte d'un Marcheant / Maxey Brooke --
Sir Lanval / A.R. Hope Moncrieff --
The True story of Guenever / Elizabeth Stuart Phelps --
Sir Borlays and the dark knight / Anthony Armstrong --
Sir Agravaine / P.G. Wodehouse --
The Romance of Tristan and Iseult / Hilaire Belloc --
The Coming of the light / Phyllis Ann Karr --
Told by moonlight / Darrell Schweitzer --
The Quiet monk / Jane Yolen --
The Sad wizard / John T. Aquino.
Responsibility: edited by Mike Ashley.

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After the runaway success of The Pendragon Chronicles, Mike Ashley brings together further stories of heroism and virtue from the age of the Knights of the Round Table, written by some of fantasy's bestselling authors, as well as famous names from literature. The mediaeval Arthurian world of chivalry and knight errantry is brought once more to life by this absorbing collection of stories. Including Jane Yolen's "The Quiet Monk", Elizabeth Stuart Phelp's "The True Story of Guenever", P.C. Wodehouse's "Sir Agravaine", Hilaire Belloc's short novel, The Romance of Tristan and Iseult, and John T. Aquino's "The Sad Wizard". There are brand new stories specially written for the collection by Keith Taylor, Phyllis Ann Kart, Don Wilcox, Darrell Schweitzer, and Peter Tremayne, as well as classic tales of gallantry and heroism from a great and bygone era.

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