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Sir Thomas Malory (1410? - 1471?)

Nationality: British
Born: British
Periods: British: Pre-1500

Author of Le morte d'Arthur.

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Le Morte d'Arthur

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Prose, but Not Prosaic: Narration in the Prose of Malory and of the Paston Family
http://www.yorku.ca/inpar/inpar001_hanks.pdf
"In this essay, I simply provide an extended footnote to Miller's comment as I apply it to two major works of the English fifteenth century: Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur and The Paston Letters and Papers.
Contains: Criticism
Author: D.Thomas Hanks Jr.
From: In parentheses: Papers in Medieval Studies Volume I: May 1999, page 34
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Some Scattered Notes on Malory
http://faculty.uca.edu/~jona/second/malornot.htm
Notes, commentary and criticism on the Arthurian works of Sir Thomas Malory by a professor of English.
Contains: Sketch, Commentary, Bibliography, Works List
Author: Jonathan Glenn
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