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Le Morte dArthur In A Time When There Were Damsels In Distress To Save, And Mythical Dragons To Slay, King Arthur And His Knights Of The Round Table Were There To Render Justice In The Face Of Any Danger From The Incredible Wizardry Of Merlin To The Undeniable Passion Of Sir Launcelot, These Tales Of Arthur And His Knights Offer Epic Adventures With The Supernatural, As Well As Timeless Battles With Our Humanity.Keith Baine S Splendid Rendition Of Le Morte D Arthur Faithfully Preserves The Original Flavor Of Malory S Masterpiece That Of Banners And Bloodshed, Knights And Ladies, Christians And Sorcerers, Sentiment And Savagery It Remains A Vivid Medieval Tapestry, Woven About A Central Figure Who Symbolizes The Birth Of An Age Of Chivalry Le Morte D Arthur Remains An Enchanted Sea For The Reader To Swim About In, Delighting At The Random Beauties Of Fifteenth Century Prose ROBERT GRAVES

10 thoughts on “Le Morte dArthur

  1. says:

    FINALLY finished this last night No exaggeration I have been reading this book for six months Not six continuous months, mind you I kept the book by my bed and would try to read a little bit every night, but I could never manage to readthan twenty pages in a single sitting, and I would usually be reading another book in the meantime and forget about Le Morte d Arthur for weeks at a time This thing is a hell of a slog, in other words Sure, there are knightly adventures and duels aplen FINALLY finished this last night No exaggeration I have been reading this book for six months Not six c...

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    I just recently finished reading Le Morte d Arthur , and it was an interesting experience It defies categorization Not a novel, not an epic poem, not exactly a collection of myths,than a collection of folk stories, certainly a product of a Christian imagination, but very earthy Repetitive, but after I got into the rhythm of it, not boring Once you submit your prejudices to the vision of the author, you become able to enter into this strange world of kings, knights, ladies, wars and to I just recently finished reading Le Morte d Arthur , and it was an interesting experience It defies categorization Not a novel, not an epic poem, not exactly a collection of myths,than a collection of folk stories, certainly a product of a Christian imagination, but very earthy Repetitive, but after I got into the rhythm of it, not boring Once you submit your prejudices to the vision of the author, you become able to enter into this strange world of kings, knights, ladies, wars and tournaments When we do, we discover that Arthur and his court represent an ideal For Malory and his audience, a true king was noble at all times and able to marshall his forces in service of the good A true knight trusted God to uphold his cause in the test of arms A true lady was virtuous and worthy of being defended ...

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    COME MAI NON SIAMO IN OTTO Perch manca Lancillotto La spada nella roccia , 1963, il mio film d animazione preferito di sempre un falso storico alla tavola Rotonda sedevano decine, anche centinaia di cavalieri, certo non solo otto Erano cos numerosi che io arrivo a mettere in dubbio la stessa esistenza della leggendaria Tavola, che secondo me per ragioni di spazio e contenimento, non poteva essere rotonda, sar stata la classica fratina Oppure, una COME MAI NON SIAMO IN OTTO Perch manca Lancillotto La spada nella roccia , 1963, il mio film d animazione preferito di sempre un falso storico alla tavola Rotonda sedevano decine, anche centinaia di cavalieri, certo non solo otto Erano cos numerosi che io arrivo a mettere in dubbio la stessa esistenza della leggendaria Tavola, che secondo me per ragioni di spazio e contenimento, non poteva essere rotonda, sar stata la classica fratina Oppure, una tavola Ikea, di quelle ripiegabili, a scomparsa, a baionetta, a incastro I cavalieri della Tavola Rotonda , di Richard Thorpe, 1953, il mio primo incontro con un attore che impersona Re Art qui era Mel Ferrer.Letto perch Mario Praz scrisse la sua opera rappresenta la transizione dal romanzo medievale al romanzo moderno, e cio la trasformazione da romanzo ciclico a romanzo lineare , e per , nonostante la dichiarazione del sommo Praz, a me pare pi medievale che moderno, e mi pare che Chaucer lo abbia ant...

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    At long last hath I enchieved the goodliest quest of 937 pages of Ye Olde English 937 pages of damosels and knights smiting everych other and breaking their spears all to brast, and tourneys and justing and villainous kings who traitorly slew oops, there I go again I m just so happy I ve been reading this book since February it s now November and inasmuch as I thought I was prepared because of that one Christmas that Mr Murray wrote the family Christmas letter in Ye Olde English r At long last hath I enchieved the goodliest quest of 937 pages of Ye Olde English 937 pages of damosels and knights smiting everych other and breaking their spears all to brast, and tourneys and justing and villainous kings who traitorly slew oops, there I go again I m just so happy I ve been reading this book since February it s now November and inasmuch as I thought I was prepared because of that one Christmas that Mr Murray wrote the family Christmas letter in Ye Olde English really, he did I had no way of comprehending what I was getting myself into It go...

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    I m so glad I finally read Le Morte Darthur I ve loved the King Arthur stories ever since I was little and read what I think was a retelling by Enid Blyton I actually read this for my Late Medieval Literature class, but I d have read it someday anyway The copy I read was an abridgement, which is probably a good thing as parts of it got quite tedious as it wa...

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    I read this book as part of a reading project I have undertaken with some other nerdy friends in which we read The Novel A Biography and some of the other texts referenced by Schmidt This book reads like some jag off had some time to kill in prison and was just putting words down on paper to keep himself from being super bored.Oh, wait.So no one really knows who Thomas Malory was, apparently, which is a story in and of itself muchinteresting than this collection of loosely connected tho I read this book as part of a reading project I have undertaken with some other nerdy friends in which we read The Novel A Biography and some of the other texts referenced by Schmidt This book reads like some jag off had some time to kill in prison and was just putting words down on paper to keep himself from being super bored.Oh, wait.So no one really knows who Thomas Malory was, apparently, which is a story in and of itself muchinteresting than this collection of loosely connected thoughts Consensus is that Malory was probably this one guy who did a bunch of bad things and spent a lot of time in jail, so I m also going to go with that idea because I can t be bothered to think about this muchthan I already have Point is,...

  7. says:

    This is the ONLY version of Le Morte d Arthur that you should EVER read Complete with Early Modern English and absolutely NO dumbing down of the material Great stuff.

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    Of all the patriarchal, Christianity biased interpretations of Arthurian myth, this is the most misogynistic Yes, I know one must judge a book by it s time period, but if ever a book infuriated me by illustrating the virgin whore paradigm, this one has Not only do most of the female characters completely fail to have names, but those that do are either shrewish sluts or purely chaste and looking to die for God Also, Sir Gawain is ruined Also, Merlin is the son of the devil Also, the Lady of Of all the patriarcha...

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    As a piece of engaging fiction Le Morte D Arthur is bound to disappoint unless you are unabashedly entertained by similar cycles of knights questing again and again Structurally Mallory s work is repetitive and contains a questionable moral structure.But as an origin of British legends and the development of the English Language it is an essential work Its been interesting for me to look at one of the most definitive entries into the canon of England s national pride but it becomes strange whe As a piece of engaging fiction Le Morte D Arthur is bound to disappoint unless you are unabashedly entertained by similar cycles of knights questing again and again Structurally Mallory s work is repetitive and contains a questionable moral structure.But as an origin of British legends and the development of the English Language it is an essential work Its been interesting for me to look at one of the most definitive entries into the canon of England s national pride but it become...

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    I decided to review Le Morte d Arthur, even though it has been SO long since I read it I don t remember everything, but I remember how how fascinating it was It was a hard read I remember that I remember why I decided to read it, too I had been browsing in the library, and I happened to see the book on some obscure shelf and I noticed it was misfiled I thought to myself, i...

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