By Ann F. Howey
The legend of Arthur has been a resource of fascination for writers and artists in English because the 15th century, whilst Thomas Malory drew jointly for the 1st time in English various Arthurian tales from a couple of assets to shape the Morte Darthur. It elevated in acceptance through the Victorian period, whilst after Tennyson's remedy of the legend, not just authors and dramatists, yet painters, musicians, and film-makers stumbled on a resource of suggestion within the Arthurian fabric. This interdisciplinary, annotated bibliography lists the Arthurian legend in glossy English-language fiction, from 1500 to 2000, together with literary texts, movie, tv, song, visible artwork, and video games. it is going to end up a useful resource of reference for college students of literary and visible arts, basic readers, creditors, librarians, and cultural historians--indeed, through somebody attracted to the background of the ways that Camelot has figured in post-medieval English-speaking cultures.
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Ed. Michael Sharp. Oxford: Whiteknights Press, 1978. 77–78. This poem is a dramatic monologue spoken by Brandegoris (a minor king in Malory) as he views his desolate kingdom; the editor’s notes to the poem compare him to the Fisher King. A-29 Allison, John Drummond. ” In Poetry from Oxford in Wartime. Ed. William Bell. London: Fortune Press, 1945. 12. Rptd: The Poems of Drummond Allison. Ed. Michael Sharp. Oxford: Whiteknights Press, 1978. 65. In this short poem (two stanzas of four lines), the speaker imagines himself as one of those who attack King Lot’s envoys.
Garratt, “A Tribute of Ferns”; Parke Godwin, “Uallannach”; Liz Holliday, “The Knight of Good Heart”; Phyllis Ann Karr, “Clarissant”; Alan Kennington, “Twice Knightly”; Leonora Lang, “The Fight for the Queen”; Patrick McCormack, “Earthworks”; Theodore Goodridge Roberts, “The Goose Girl”; Kurt Roth, “The Gest of Sir Brandiles”; Fay Sampson, “Just Cause”; Lawrence Schimel, “Belleus’s Demon”; Darrell Schweitzer, “The Dragon of Camlann”; Brian Stableford, “My Mother, the Hag”; R[osalind] H. ” The A.
A poem of thirty-two lines of blank verse, in which The Serf surveys the carnage of Camlann and then despoils the bodies of the dead; Arthur and Merlin are mentioned. This poem is a grim commentary on the ideals of chivalry and the reality of war. A-25 Allison, John Drummond. ” In Poetry from Oxford in Wartime. Ed. William Bell. London: Fortune Press, 1945. 10. Rptd: The Poems of Drummond Allison. Ed. Michael Sharp. Oxford: Whiteknights Press, 1978. 61. This poem (in five seven-line stanzas) begins with a description of the battle between Arthur and A.