By Ann F. Howey
The legend of Arthur has been a resource of fascination for writers and artists in English because the 15th century, while Thomas Malory drew jointly for the 1st time in English quite a few Arthurian tales from a few resources to shape the Morte Darthur. It elevated in recognition through the Victorian period, whilst after Tennyson's remedy of the legend, not just authors and dramatists, yet painters, musicians, and film-makers discovered a resource of notion within the Arthurian fabric. This interdisciplinary, annotated bibliography lists the Arthurian legend in glossy English-language fiction, from 1500 to 2000, together with literary texts, movie, tv, tune, visible paintings, and video games. it is going to end up a useful resource of reference for college students of literary and visible arts, basic readers, creditors, librarians, and cultural historians--indeed, through an individual attracted to the background of the ways that Camelot has figured in post-medieval English-speaking cultures.
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A-91 Baird, Edward. ” Brighid and the Dun Cow. Illus. Ernest Gill. Dudley: Herald Press, . 39–47. ” The book is a collection of separate works, being three tales in prose and thirty-four poems. “They Went South” tells of the 16 A Bibliography of Modern Arthuriana, 1500–2000 coronation of Arthur, in the form of a Druidic rite: Myrddhin and his “master,” a knight unnamed until the last line of the story, travel by rough and wild ways to Caerleon; along the way they come upon three bodies hanging from a tree, which the knight declares that he killed at some earlier date (when Myrddhin looks at their faces, he finds that one of the three is a woman).
London: Robinson Publishing; New York: Carroll and Graf, 1998. Rptd: Arthurian Legends. Edison, NJ: Castle Books, 2002. Ashley has published a number of other “Mammoth” anthologies on various themes. This one on the Arthurian legends contains selections both medieval and modern. For details of individual works, see Eleanor Arnason, “The Dog’s Story”; Douglas Carmichael, “Madoc and the Door Ward”; George Cox, “The Treason of Morgan le Fay”; Stephen Dedman, “The Pretender”; Maude I[sabel] Ebbutt, “The Marriage of Sir Gawayne”; Allen French, “Sir Marrok the Wolf ”; Roger Lancelyn Green, “Sir Percivale of Wales”; Phyllis Ann Karr, “The Lady of Belec”; Sir James T.
A-2 Ab Hugh, Dafydd. Arthur War Lord. Arthur War Lord 1. New York: Avon Books, 1994. An SAS major follows a terrorist back in time to stop her from changing history. The major becomes Lancelot, but he does not know which of the members of Arthur’s court harbours the terrorist. He must find her while surviving the intricacies of Arthurian politics and Masonic plots. Malory is mentioned often, though the major finds the Arthurian world quite different from that of Malory’s depiction. A-3 Ab Hugh, Dafydd.