Arthurian Propaganda: Le Morte d'Arthur as an Historical Ideal of Life
Elizabeth T. Pochoda (Author)
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DescriptionThis study rejects the notion that Arthurian society actually presented a would-be ideal. In its place, the author offers a new and compelling way to read Malory by examining the underlying anarchic and self-destructive aspects of Round Table society. Included is a unique and much-needed annotated bibliography of significant Malory scholarship.
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The University of North Carolina Press
30 April 2011
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