Sir Thomas Malory Research Paper

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Sir Thomas Malory Sir Thomas Malory was born in 1405 in Warwickshire, United Kingdom. Sir Thomas Marloy was the son of John Malory of Winwick and Phillipa Malory. Malory was an english writer who identify remains. He was a layman writer during medieval times in England. In Malory’s adult life was different from his childhood. By the age of 23, Thomas was starting to take after his father’s footsteps as a respectable landowner. When he grew up into a young man he became a landowner and in 1441 he became a knight. Sir Thomas Marloy was married to Elizabeth Wash which they had a son named Robert Sir. Thomas Malory Jr. Malory Jr got older he inherited an estate from his father and he started to become involved in the politics of Warwickshire. Although, Sir Thomas Marloy was starting to become successful he had got into some trouble. In 1445, he was served as a prisoner in British Parliament; however, he got locked up for armed assault, theft, rape, extortion. Some of the events that occurred for him to get locked up were raped Joan Smith in 1450, however, he then again raped her in 1451 and also stole from her…show more content…
He was sent to Newgate Prison, which was not his first time being there. He would be held there till he later dies in March of 1471. Nobody knows the official day in March in which he died. The facts behind his death are uncertain to this date and shall be unknown forever. Years after his death, his book “Le Mort D’Arthur” was published and then printed by William Caxton in 1485. This novel will go on and become very popular. Thomas is known best for this novel. It reached success almost instantly. Some say that if he never would have gotten into trouble, he could have been one of the most gifted english writers out there. Sir Thomas Malory was a distinct individual who loved and was passionate about writing but could never get out of trouble enough to make the hobby become a
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