Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Arthurian Literature

Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Arthurian Literature

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Arthurian Literature, vol. XXIII, ed. Keidi Busby and Roger Dalrymple (Cambridge: D S. Brewer, 2006). vii + 176 pp. ISBN 1-84384-097-9. £4o.oo/$75.oo. As always, this (twenty-third) volume of Arthurian Literature is a work of considerable balance and interest. It contains an impressive selection of articles on such wide-ranging topics as Malory's Arthuriad and Thomas Love Peacock, with contributions from such notables as Raluca L. Radulescu and Fanni Bogdanow. Each article is to be praised for its contribution to knowledge, and Busby and Dalrymple's level of editing is predictably high. Stand-out articles include Norris J. Lacy's wonderfully clear discussion of the erasure of identity in L'Âtre périlleux, through its author's complex notions of the self, and Peter Field's meticulous examination of the forty knights in Caxton and the Winchester manuscript of Malory's Morte Darthur. …

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