BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

[ Arch. ( HerrigArchiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen); C.R. (Celtic Review); E.E.T.S. (Early English Text Society); E.H.R. (English Historical Review); E.S. (Englische Studien); F.L. (Folk-Lore); G.G.A. (Göttingische gelehrte Anzeigen); J.G.P. (Journal of English and Germanic Philology); M.G.H. (Monumenta Germaniae Historica); M.L.N. (Modern Language Notes); M.L.R. (Modern Language Review); M.P. (Modern Philology); N.A. (Neues Archiv); P.M.L.A. (Publications of the Modern Language Association of America); P.Q. (Philological Quarterly); R.C. (Revue Celtique); R.E.S. (Review of English Studies); R.R. (Romanic Review); Rom. (Romania); S.A.T.F. (Société des Anciens Textes Français); S.P. (Studies in Philology of the University of North Carolina); Z.C.P. (Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie); Z.D.P. (Zeitschrift für Deutsche Philologie); Z.F.L. (Zeitschrift far Französische Sprache und Literatur); Z.R.P. (Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie); YC. (Y. Cymmrodor).]

The most complete survey of the whole Arthurian theme is J. D. Bruce, The Evolution of Arthurian Romance from the Beginnings down to the Year 1300 ( 1923), which has a full bibliographical list. This book appeared when most of my own study had been finished, but has been invaluable in its later stages. I agree in the main with Dr Bruce's views as to the literary problems involved, but many scholars attribute a much greater share, both in the Historia of Geoffrey of Monmouth and in the romances, to Celtic tradition.

Other books of inclusive range are R. H. Fletcher, The Arthurian Material of the Chronicles ( 1906); W. Lewis Jones, King Arthur in History and Legend ( 1911); E. Windisch, Das Keltische Britannien bis zu Kaiser Arthur ( 1912); E. F. W. M. Van der Ven Ten-Bensel , King Arthur in English Literature ( 1925).

An historical background can be found in J. H. Ramsay, The Foundations of England ( 1898); C. Oman, England before the Norman Conquest ( 1910); K. Norgate, England under the AngevinKings

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I - The Early Tradition 1
  • Chapter II - Geoffrey of Monmouth 20
  • Chapter III - The Sources of Geoffrey 53
  • Chapter IV - The Acceptance of Arthur 100
  • Chapter V - Arthur and the Round Table 133
  • Chapter VI - The Historicity of Arthur 168
  • Chapter VII - Arthur and Mythology 205
  • Records 233
  • Bibliographical Note 283
  • Subject Index 295
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