Arthurian Narrative in the Latin Tradition

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Cambridge University Press, 10 .. 1998 - 256 ˹
Arthurian literature is a popular field, but most of the published work focuses on the vernacular tradition. This book, uniquely, looks at Latin Arthurian works. Geoffrey of Monmouth is treated at length and this is the first book to put him in a context which includes other Latin histories, monastic chronicles, saints' lives and other Latin prose Arthurian narratives. Like Geoffrey's works, most can be associated with the Angevin court of Henry II and by placing these works against the court background, this book both introduces a new set of texts into the Arthurian canon and suggests a way to understand their place in that tradition. The unfamiliar works are summarized for the reader, and there are extensive quotations, with translations, throughout. The result is a thorough exploration of Latin Arthurian narrative in the foundational period for the Arthurian tradition.

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Latin Arthurian narrative and the
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Geoffrey of Monmouths
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chronicle responses to Arthur
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Are you the only uncivilized knight produced by sweet
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De Ortu Waluuanii
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the Historia Meriadoci and the adventure
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List of works cited
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