This thoroughly readable collection of Malory's famous stories of King Arthur includes the familiar legends, plots, exploits, and characters which have become part of the cultural tradition of the English-speaking world.
About the Author
Sir Thomas Malory (c.1405-1471) was the author or compiler of the famous Le Morte d'Arthur.
"I admire both the introduction and the selections."--David Wallace, University of Minnesota "Excellent intro - the illustrations are a nice touch as well. An update of the bibliographical essay (it goes only as late as 1971) is my only suggestion for improvement. I will definately use it again next spring for my intro. to medieval English literature class."--Robert W. Barrett, Jr., University of Pennsylvania "Invaluable selection from the greatest English Arthurian work, and indispensable foundation for the study of the contemporary legend."--Professor Thomas A. Shippey, St. Louis University "I've used this book for years."--Deborah J. Hyland, St. Louis University "The best student edition of Malory available. It cleaves Keith Baines's limp translation from the brain pan to the saddle bow."--Lan Lipscomb, Troy State University, A
Series: Galaxy Book; 434
For Ages: 12 - 14 years old
For Grades: 7 - 9
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 27th March 1975
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.4 x 13.36 x 1.73
Weight (kg): 0.27