Morte D Arthur Annotated Bibliography

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Annotated Bibliography for “Morte D 'Arthur: Christian and Pagan Religion as Siblings” Baswell, Christopher, Anne Howland. Schotter, David Damrosch, and Kevin J. H. Dettmar. “Sir Thomas Malory.” The Middle Ages. 4th ed. Vol. 1A. New York: Longman, 2010. 277- 307. Print. Le Morte D 'Arthur is a version of the story and life of King Arthur and the Knights of the Roundtable in the kingdom Camelot. The book focuses on dark themes, such as betrayal and death. The stories presented in the Longman Anthology are The Miracle of Galahad, The Poisoned Apple, and The Day of Destiny. Fritscher, John J. When Malory Met Arthur. Chicago: Loyola U Library, 1967. PDF. John Fritscher, a University Professor and Historian, offers a discussion of the…show more content…
Carolyne Larrington, who teaches medivial English literature at St. John 's college in Oxford, discusses the women of Arthurian legends in this book. She discusses how the women appear in multiple kinds of media, such as poetry and the Internet. She also discusses the sibling rivalry and bond between Arthur and Morgan. She even makes claims as to why Morgan failed to kill Arthur. It is a clever and persuasive view on Arthurian legend. Pagès, Meriem, and Karolyn Kinane. The Middle Ages on Television: Critical Essays. Jefferson: McFarland, 2015. Print. This is a series of critical essays focuses on how the Middle Ages are depicted in Television, such as BBC 's Merlin. The essays discuss the changes of characters, setting, and even plot in comparison to how these stories were originally written. The book offers scholarly criticism of contemporary medievalism. Sklar, Elizabeth Sherr., and Donald L. Hoffman. King Arthur in Popular Culture. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002. Print. This book offers scholars observations of Arthurian legend in Contemporary America. This is a collection of essays that discuss the popularity of Arthurian legends in contemporary American culture beyond film and literature. The essays cover the legends in topics such as education, music, and the

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