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    Snubbed again? Due out next year for the retail price of $199.95 (ouch!). Michael Torregrossa A Companion to Arthurian Literature Edited by: Helen Fulton
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 29, 2008
      Snubbed again?

      Due out next year for the retail price of $199.95 (ouch!).

      Michael Torregrossa



      A Companion to Arthurian Literature

      Edited by: Helen Fulton (University of Wales, Swansea)

      Series: Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture

      ISBN: 9781405157896
      ISBN10: 1405157895
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      All customers will be directed to this book's page on Wiley.com for
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      Publication Dates
      USA: Feb 2009
      Rest of World: Jan 2009
      Australia: Mar 2009

      Format

      246 x 171 mm , 6.75 x 9.75 in

      Details

      552 pages, 16 illustrations.


      List of figures
      Notes on Contributors
      Introduction: Theories and Debates: Helen Fulton (Swansea University)
      PART I The Arthur of History:
      1. The end of Roman Britain and the coming of the Saxons: an
      archaeological context for Arthur?: Alan Lane (Cardiff University)
      2. Early Latin sources: fragments of a pseudo-historical Arthur: N. J.
      Higham (University of Manchester)
      3. History and myth: Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae:
      Helen Fulton (Swansea University)
      4 The chronicle tradition: Lister M Matheson (Michigan State University)
      PART II Celtic origins of the Arthurian legend:
      5. The historical context: Wales and England 800-1200: Karen Jankulak
      (University of Wales Lampeter) and Jonathan M. Wooding (University of
      Wales Lampeter)
      6. Arthur and Merlin in early Welsh literature: fantasy and magic
      naturalism: Helen Fulton (Swansea University)
      7. The Arthurian legend in Scotland and Cornwall: Juliette Wood
      (Cardiff University)
      8. Arthur and the Irish: Joseph Falaky Nagy (University of California,
      Los Angeles)
      9. Migrating narratives: Peredur, Owain and Geraint: Ceridwen
      Lloyd-Morgan (Cardiff University)
      PART III Continental Arthurian traditions:
      10. The "matter of Britain" on the Continent and the legend of Tristan
      and Iseult in France, Italy and Spain: Joan Tasker Grimbert (Catholic
      University, Washington, D.C.)
      11. Chrétien de Troyes and the invention of Arthurian courtly fiction:
      Roberta L. Krueger (Hamilton College)
      12. The allure of Otherworlds: the Arthurian romances in Germany: Will
      Hasty (University of Florida)
      13. Scandinavian versions of Arthurian romance: Geraldine Barnes
      (University of Sydney)
      14. The Grail and French Arthurian romance: Edward Donald Kennedy
      (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
      PART IV Arthur in medieval English literature:
      15. The English Brut tradition: Julia Marvin (University of Notre Dame)
      16. Arthurian romance in English popular tradition: Sir Percyvell of
      Gales, Sir Cleges and Sir Launfal: Ad Putter (University of Bristol)
      17. English chivalry and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Carolyne
      Larrington (St John's College, Oxford)
      18. Sir Gawain in Middle English romance: Roger Dalrymple
      (Buckinghamshire New University)
      19. The medieval English Tristan: Tony Davenport (University of London)
      PART V From medieval to medievalism:
      20. Malory's Morte Darthur and History: Andrew Lynch (University of
      Western Australia)
      21. Malory's Lancelot and Guenevere: Elizabeth Archibald (University of Bristol)
      22. Malory and the Quest for the Holy Grail: Raluca L. Radulescu
      (Bangor University)
      23. The Arthurian legend in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries:
      Alan Lupack (University of Rochester)
      24. Scholarship and popular culture in the nineteenth century: David
      Matthews (University of Manchester)
      25. Arthur in Victorian poetry: Inga Bryden (University of Winchester)
      26. King Arthur in art: Jeanne Fox-Friedman (New York University)
      PART VI Arthur in the modern age:
      27. A postmodern subject in Camelot: Mark Twain's (re)vision of
      Malory's Morte Darthur in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court:
      Robert Paul Lamb (Purdue University)
      28. T.H. White's The Once and Future King: Andrew Hadfield (University
      of Sussex)
      29. Modernist Arthur: the Welsh revival: Geraint Evans (Swansea University)
      30. Historical fiction and the post-imperial Arthur: Tom Shippey
      (Saint Louis University)
      31. Feminism and the fantasy tradition: The Mists of Avalon: Jan Shaw
      (University of Sydney)
      PART VII Arthur on film:
      32. Remediating Arthur: Laurie A. Finke (Kenyon College) and Martin B
      Shichtman (Eastern Michigan University)
      33. Arthur's American Round Table: the Hollywood tradition: Susan
      Aronstein (University of Wyoming )
      34. The art of Arthurian cinema: Lesley Coote (University of Hull)
      35. Digital divagations in a hyperreal Camelot: Antoine Fuqua's King
      Arthur: Nickolas Haydock (University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez)
      Index



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