Arthurian Literature XXII

Arthurian Literature XXII

Edited by Keith Busby, Roger Dalrymple





Selection of the latest research in Arthurian studies.
The essays in this volume present the most recent fruits of Arthurian scholarship, on texts from Perlesvaus to Albrecht's Jüngerer Titurel and the Prose BrutChronicle, together with a detailed examination of the role of Micheau Gonnot's Arthuriad in the evolution of Arthurian romance. The volume also includes an investigation of Arthurian prophecy and the deposition of Richard II. It is completed with an encyclopaedic treatment of Arthurian literature, art and film produced between 1999 and 2004, acting as a continuing update to The New Arthurian Encyclopedia. Contributors: BEN RAMM, FANNI BOGDANOW, ANNETTE VOLFING, HELEN FULTON, JULIA MARVIN, RAYMOND H. THOMPSON, NORRIS J. LACY


October 2005
186 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Arthurian Literature
ISBN: 9781843840626
Format: Hardback
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Table of Contents

Locating Narrative Authority in Perlesvaus: Le Haut Livre du Graal - Ben Ramm
Micheau Gonnot's Arthuriad Preserved in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS f. fr. 112 and its Place in the Evolution of Arthurian RomanceArthurian Romance - Fanni Bogdanow
Albrecht's Juengerer Titurel: Translating the Grail - Annette Voelfing
Arthurian Prophecy and the Deposition of Richard II - H E Fulton
Arthur Authorized: The Prophecies of the Prose Brut Chronicle - Julia Marvin
The Arthurian Legend in Literature, Popular Culture and the Performing Arts, 1999-2004 - Raymond H Thompson
The Arthurian Legend in Literature, Popular Culture and the Performing Arts, 1999-2004 - Norris J Lacy


The volume as a whole contributes to a wide spectrum of Arthurian studies, including things old and things very new. NOTES & QUERIES

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