The Lancelot-Grail Cycle : Text and Transformation
Kibler, William W.

Austin, TX, U.S.A.: University of Texas Press, 1994, First edition. Collection of 13 essays from the first-ever symposium devoted to the study of the Launcelot-Grail cycle, the group of five prose romances composed on Old French between 1220-1240, centered on the love affair of Sir Launcelot and Queen Guenevere. These five central pieces made up the "Morte D'Arthur" of Mallory, in which form they are most recognizable to the modern reader. Fine in fine dust jacket. (Item ID: D413)

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