Contents of previous volumes
I (1981)
Constance Bullock-Davies Chrétien de Troyes and England
Richard Barber The Vera Historia de Morte Arthuri and its Place in
Arthurian Tradition
Michael Lapidge An Edition of the Vera Historia de Morte Arthuri
Derek Brewer Malory and the Archaic Mind
Karl Heinz Göller From Logres to Carbonek: the Arthuriad of Charles
Williams
II (1982)
Neil Wright Geoffrey of Monmouth and Gildas
Beate Schmolke-Hasselmann The Round Table: Ideal, Fiction, Reality
Fanni Bogdanow The Tradition of the Troubadours and the Treatment
of the Love Theme in Chrétien de Troyes' Chevalier
au Lion
Toshiyuki Takamiya and Andrew Armour Kairo-kã: A Dirge
Mary Wildman Twentieth-Century Arthurian Literature: an Annotated
Bibliography
III (1983)
Claude Luttrell The Prologue of Crestien's Li Contes del Graal
Derek Brewer The Presentation of the Character of Lancelot:
Chrétien to Malory
M. F. Thomas The Briar and the Vine: Tristan Goes North
Irene Joynt Vengeance and Love in `The Book of Sir Launcelot
and Queen Guinevere'
IV (1984)
David N. Dumville An Early Text of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia
Regum Britanniae and the Circulation of Some Latin
Histories in Twelfth-Century Normandy
Richard Barber Was Mordred Buried at Glastonbury? An Arthurian
Tradition at Glastonbury in the Middle Ages
Rosemary Morris Uther and Igerne: A Study in Uncourtly Love
Carol Meale Manuscripts, Readers and Patrons in
Fifteenth-Century England: Sir Thomas Malory and
Arthurian Romance
Tony Hunt Ernest Chausson's `Le Roi Arthus'
V (1985)
Martin Puhvel Art and the Supernatural in Sir Gawain and the Green
Knight
Lister M. Matheson The Arthurian Stories of Lambeth Palace Library MS 84
Angelika Schneider A Mesh of Chords: Language and Style in the
Arthurian Poems of Charles Williams

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