A Companion to the Lancelot-Grail Cycle

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ARTHURIAN STUDIES
I ASPECTS OF MALORY, edited by Toshiyuki Takamiya and Derek Brewer
II THE ALLITERATIVE MORTE ARTHURE: A Reassessment of the Poem, edited by Karl Heinz Göller
III THE ARTHURIAN BIBLIOGRAPHY, I: Author Listing, edited by C. E. Pickford and R. W. Last
IV THE CHARACTER OF KING ARTHUR IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE, Rosemary Morris
V PERCEVAL: The Story of the Grail, by Chrétien de Troyes, translated by Nigel Bryant
VI THE ARTHURIAN BIBLIOGRAPHY, II: Subject Index, edited by C. E. Pickford and R. W. Last
VII THE LEGEND OF ARTHUR IN THE MIDDLE AGES, edited by P. B. Grout, R. A. Lodge, C. E. Pickford and E. K. C. Varty
VIII THE ROMANCE OF YDER, edited and translated by Alison Adams
IX THE RETURN OF KING ARTHUR, Beverly Taylor and Elisabeth Brewer
X ARTHUR'S KINGDOM OF ADVENTURE: The World of Malory's Morte Darthur, Muriel Whitaker
XI KNIGHTHOOD IN THE MORTE DARTHUR, Beverly Kennedy
XII LE ROMAN DE TRISTAN EN PROSE, tome I, edited by Renée L. Curtis
XIII LE ROMAN DE TRISTAN EN PROSE, tome II, edited by Renée L. Curtis
XIV LE ROMAN DE TRISTAN EN PROSE, tome III, edited by Renée L. Curtis
XV LOVE'S MASKS: Identity, Intertextuality, and Meaning in the Old French Tristan Poems, Merritt R. Blakeslee
XVI THE CHANGING FACE OF ARTHURIAN ROMANCE: Essays on Arthurian Prose Romances in memory of Cedric E. Pickford, edited by Alison Adams, Armel H. Diverres, Karen Stern and Kenneth Varty
XVII REWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS IN THE ARTHURIAN ROMANCES AND LYRIC POETRY OF MEDIEVAL FRANCE: Essays presented to Kenneth Varty on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, edited by Peter V. Davies and Angus J. Kennedy
XVIII CEI AND THE ARTHURIAN LEGEND, Linda Gowans
XIX LAƷAMON'S BRUT: The Poem and its Sources, Françoise H. M. Le Saux
XX READING THE MORTE DARTHUR, Terence McCarthy, reprinted as AN INTRODUCTION TO MALORY
XXI CAMELOT REGAINED: The Arthurian Revival and Tennyson, 1800—1849, Roger Simpson
XXII THE LEGENDS OF KING ARTHUR IN ART, Muriel Whitaker
XXIII GOTTFRIED VON STRASSBURG AND THE MEDIEVAL TRISTAN LEGEND: Papers from an Anglo-North American symposium, edited with an introduction by Adrian Stevens and Roy Wisbey
XXIV ARTHURIAN POETS: CHARLES WILLIAMS, edited and introduced by David Llewellyn Dodds
XXV AN INDEX OF THEMES AND MOTIFS IN TWELFTH-CENTURY FRENCH ARTHURIAN POETRY, E. H. Ruck
XXVI CHRÉTIEN DE TROYES AND THE GERMAN MIDDLE AGES: Papers from an international symposium, edited with an introduction by Martin H. Jones and Roy Wisbey

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