Arthurian Literature XV

Arthurian Literature XV

Edited by James P. Carley, Felicity Riddy





`(The series is an indispensable component of any historical or Arthurian library.' NOTES AND QUERIES
This latest issue of Arthurian Literature continues the tradition of the journal in combining theoretical studies with editions of primary Arthurian texts. There is a special focus on Chrétien de Troyes, with articles considering his identity, providing a new reading of Le Chevalier de la Charrete, and giving an account of a discovery of an important new fragment of the First Continuation. Other essays deal with Glastonbury, at the heart of the English Arthurian legend;the Scottish treatment of the Arthur story in the Reformation period; and the Morte Darthur in the context of fifteenth-century chivalric encyclopaedias. Contributors: SARAH KAY, NICK CORBYN, LISA JEFFERSON, AELRED WATKIN, JEANNE KROCHALIS, DAVID ALLAN, KAREN CHEREWATUK


June 1997
1 black and white illustrations
227 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Arthurian Literature
ISBN: 9780859915182
Format: Hardback
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Table of Contents

`Who was Chrétien de Troyes?'. -
`Irony and Gender Performance in `Le Chevalier de la Charrete''. -
`A New Fragment of the First Continuation of the Perceval'. - Lisa Jefferson
`The Glastonbury Legends'. -
`Magna Tabula: The Glastonbury Tablets (Part 1)'. - Jeanne Krochalis
``Arthur Redivivus': Politics and Poetry in Reformation Scotland'. - David Allan
`The Shape of English Chivalry at Edward IV's Court: Chivalric Encyclopaedias and Malory's Morte Darthur'. - Karen Cherewatuk

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