BOOKS SUGGESTED FOR FURTHER READING

ROMANCES
CHRÉTIEN DE TROYES. Arthurian Romances by Chrétien de Troyes, translated by W. W. Comfort ( Everyman's Library). New York, 1914. Erec and Enide, Cliges, Yvain, and Lancelot ( The Knight of the Cart). Quotations in the text are from this edition.
GEOFFREY OF MONMOUTH. History of the Kings of Britain ( Everyman's Library). New York, no date. Quotations in the text are from this edition.
GOTTERFRIED VON STRASSBURG. The Story of Tristan and Iseult, translated by Jessie L. Weston. London, 1907. An abridged prose translation with additions from two of Gottfried's continuators. Quotations in the text are from this edition.
The High History of the Holy Grail, translated by Sebastian Evans ( Everyman's Library). New York, no date. The early French prose romance of Perlesvaux, a Perceval form of the Grail story.
LAYAMON. Arthurian Chronicles Represented by Wace and Layamon (Everyman's Library). New York, 1928. The Arthurian portions of Layamon's chronicle. Quotations in the text are from this edition.
SIR THOMAS MALORY. Le Morte d'Arthur ( Everyman's Library). New York, 1934. 2 vols. Quotations in the text are from this edition.
Merlin, or The Early History of King Arthur. Early English Text Society, London, 1899. 2 vols. Original Series, vol. I is no. 10, 112; vol. II is no. 21, 36. A translation, about 1450- 1460, of a French prose romance.
Le Morte Arthure (The Riverside Literature Series). Boston [ 1912]. A fourteenth-century English metrical romance, closely resembling the source used by Malory in his last books.
W. NEWELL. King Arthur and the Table Round. Boston, 1897. A prose paraphrase of parts of Chrétien de Troyes's Perceval.
Il Novellino: The Hundred Old Tales. Translated from the Italian by Edward Storer. London and New York [ 1925]. A late thirteenth-century prose compilation containing stories of Tristan and Iseult and Lancelot and the Damsel of Scalot.
Sir Lancelot of the Lake: A French Prose Romance of the Thirteenth Century. Translated from a MS in the Bibliothèque Nationale ( Fonds français, 344) with an introduction and notes by Lucy Allen Paton. London and New York, 1929. Quotations from the prose Lancelot in the text are from this edition.
H. O. SOMMER. Vulgate Version of the Arthurian Romances, Washington, 1909- 1916. 7 vols. Authoritative edition of the Old French prose texts, with narrative marginal notes in English.
THOMAS OF BRITAIN. The Romance of Tristram and Ysolt, by Thomas of Britain, translated from the Old French and the Old Norse by Roger Sherman Loomis. New York, revised edition, 1931.
WACE. Arthurian Chronicles Represented by Wace and Layamon ( Everyman's Library). York, 1928. Quotations in the text are from this edition or its introduction.
WOLFRAM VON ESCHENBACH. The Story of Parzival and the Grail, interpreted and discussed by Margaret E. Richey. Oxford, 1935. A partial translation, with synopses of omitted portions.

HISTORICAL. AND CRITICAL WORKS
PAOLO D'ANCONA, "Gli Affreschi del Castello di Manta,"" L'Arte, vol. VIII, 1905, pp. 94)- 106 and 1 83)-1 98). Discusses the frescoes at the castle of La Manta. Francesco Novati corrects the identification of one of the Nine Worthy Ladies in Rassegna d'arte, vol. XI, 1911, p. 63, n. 18.
T. ASHCROFT. English Art and English Society. London [ 1936]. Note especially pages 106-185, on the nineteenth century.
R. F. BRINKLEY. Arthurian Legends in the Seventeenth Century. Johns Hopkins Monographs in Literary History, no. III. Göttingen and Baltimore, 1932.
J. D. BRUCE. Evolution of Arthurian Romance from the Beginnings to the Year 1300. Baltimore, 1923. 2 vols. Valuable summaries and bibliographies of romances.
G(EORGIANA) B(URNE)-J(ONES). Memorials of Edward Burne-Jones. London, 1904. 2 vols.
D. L. CHAMBERS. "Tennysoniana: The Lady of Shalott," Modern Language Notes, vol. XVIII, Dec., 1903, pp. 227- 228. Discusses the sources of The Lady of Shalott.
R. C. CLEPHAN. The Tournament. London, 1919, chaps. I-III. Discussion of tournaments in general and Arthurian Round Tables.
R. G. COLLINGWOOD. Roman Britain and the English Settlements. Oxford, 1937. Book IV, chap. XIX, "Britain in the Fifth Century."
ETTORE GABBRICCI and EZIO LEVI. Lo Steri di Palermo. Milan, no date. The fullest treatment of the paintings of the Chiaramonte Palace at Palermo. Thoroughly illustrated.

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  • Title Page 1
  • Introduction - The Growth of the Arthurian Legends 3
  • Castles Painted with Arthurian Scenes 10
  • King Arthur and His Court 18
  • Tristan and Iseult 40
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