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Arthur's Britain

Compiled by Lynn Nelson
The Bibliography is not intended to be exhaustive, but merely to
provide you with initial guidance.  You are encouraged to look
for other relevant materials.
     a.   Roman Britain. Organization and way of life.          
     b.   The organization and character of the Roman army       
     c.   The Northern Frontier          
     d.   The Western Frontier          
     a.   Celtic society          
     b.   Celtic myth and folklore          
     c.   Celtic language and literature          
     d.   The archaeology of Celtic Britain          
     a.   The origins of the Anglo-Saxons          
     b.   Germanic society and economy          
     c.   Germanic myth and legend          
     d.   The Roman frontier in the West          
     a.   The Roman usurpers: Magnus Maximus and 
          Constantine III.          
     b.   The Roman "withdrawal": its nature and date.          
     c.   Britain after Roman departure.          
     d.   The Anglo-Saxon invasions: did they happen? 
          If so, when?          
     a.   Anglo-Saxon expansion: the North.          
     b.   Anglos-Saxon expansion: the West and South          
     b.   Celtic migration to Armorica.          
     c.   Historical evidence of conflict.          
     a.   Arthur before Geoffrey of Monmouth.          
     b.   The dates of Arthur.          
     c.   Was Arthur a northern or southwestern leader?          
     d.   Arthur and Roman traditions.          
     a.   The significance of Glastonbury.          
     b.   What and where was Camelot?          
     c.   Material culture of the post-Roman Britons          
     d.   Celtic and Saxon warfare          
     a.   Geoffrey of Monmouth.          
     b.   Chretien de Troyes.          
     c.   The Quest of the Holy Grail.          
     d.   Thomas Malory.          
     a.   Arthur and the Round Table.          
     b.   Lancelot du Lac and Guenevere.          
     c.   Gawain and the Holy Grail.          
     d.   Percival.          
     a.   The Plantagenet appropriation of Arthur.          
     b.   The Tudor appropriation of Arthur.          
     c.   The Victorian appropriation of Arthur.          
     d.   The modern appropriation of the legend.          
     a.   Rosemary Sutcliff          
     b.   T.H. White and Jay Lerner and Frederick Lowe          
     c.   Hudson Talbot and Walt Disney Enterprises.          
     d.   Mary Stewart          
     a.   "The Once and Future King"          
     b.   The Holy Grail          
     c.   The figure of Merlin          
     d.   Camelot          
                      GENERAL AND REFERENCE
0 A bibliography of critical Arthurian literature.  Edited by 
John J. Parry for the Arthurian group of the Modern 
Language Association of America. New York: Published by the
Modern Language Association, 1931-.  Z 8045 .M69 
0 Bonser, Wilfrid.
An Anglo-Saxon and Celtic bibliography (450-1087). Oxford:
Blackwell, 1957.  Z 2017 .B6 
0 Hill, David.
An atlas of Anglo-Saxon England. Toronto; Buffalo: University of
Toronto Press, 1981.  G 1816 .S2 H54 1981 
0 Hill, David.
An atlas of Anglo-Saxon England. Toronto; Buffalo: University of
Toronto Press, 1981.  G 1816 .S2 H54 1981 
0 Lacy, Norris J.
The Arthurian handbook. New York: Garland, 1988. PN 685 .L3 1988
0 Moorman, Charles. 
An Arthurian dictionary. With a preface by Geoffrey Ashe.
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1978. PN 685 .M6 
0 Muir, Richard.
The National Trust guide to Dark Age and medieval Britain, 
400-1350. London: George Philip, The National Trust, The National
Trust for Scotland, 1985.  DA 130 .M77 1985 
0 Reiss, Edmund. 
Arthurian legend and literature: an annotated bibliography. 
Z 8045 .R45 1984 
0 Rosenthal, Joel T.
Anglo-Saxon history: an annotated bibliography, 450-1066.
Z 2017 .R67 1985 
0 Sharrer, Harvey L.
A critical bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian material.  London:
Grant and Cutler, 1977- .  Z 8045 .S5 
0 The Arthurian bibliography.  Edited by Cedric E. Pickford and 
Rex Last; assistant editor Christine R. Barker. Cambridge: D. S.
Brewer, 1981- .  Z 8045 .P5 1981
0 The Arthurian encyclopedia. Edited by Norris J. Lacy; associate
editors Geoffrey Ashe, et al. New York: Garland Pub., 1986.
DA 152.5 .A7 A78 1986
0 The Arthurian yearbook.  New York: Garland Publishing, c1991- 
0 The new Arthurian encyclopedia.  Edited by Norris J. Lacy;
associate editors, Geoffrey Ashe ... et al. New York: Garland
Pub., 1991.  DA 152.5 .A7 N48 1991
0 The Romance of Arthur (I). Edited by James J. Wilhelm and Laila
Zamuelis Gross. New York: Garland, 1984.  PN 6071 .A84 R6 1984 
0 The Romance of Arthur II. Edited by James J. Wilhelm. New York:
Garland, 1986.  PN 6071 .A84 R62 1986
0 The Romance of Arthur III: works from Russia to Spain, 
Norway to Italy. Edited by James J. Wilhelm. New York: Garland,
1988.  PN 6071 .A84 R63 1988
0 West, G. D. 
An index of proper names in French Arthurian verse romances,
1150-1300. Toronto Univ. of Toronto P. 1969  PQ 203 .W4 
1 Alcock, L. 
Annual Reports on the Cadbury excavations. 1967-
1 Alcock, Leslie.
Arthur's Britain: history and archaeology, AD367-634. London:
Allen Lane, 1971.  DA 152 .A7 
1 Alcock, Leslie.
Was this Camelot? "By South Cadbury is that Camelot ..." the
excavation of Cadbury Castle 1966-1970. London: Thames and
Hudson, 1972. DA 690 .S644 A63 
1 Ashe, G. et al. 
The Quest for Arthur's Britain. (1968)
1 Ashe, Geoffrey.
Avalonian quest. London: Methuen, 1982. DA 690 .G45 A78 1982 
1 Avalon to Camelot. Chicago: Avalon to Camelot, Inc., c1983-
1 Clancy, Joseph P.
Pendragon: Arthur and his Britain.  New York: Praeger Publishers,
1971.  DA 152.5 .A7 C57 
1 Higham, N. J. 
The northern counties to AD 1000. London; New York: Longman,
1986.  DA 135 .H47 1986 
1 Man. Myth and Magic. Edited by R. Cavendish, R. (1970)
1 Matthews, Caitlin.
The Arthurian book of days: the greatest legend in the world 
retold throughout the year. New York: Macmillan, c1990.  PN 6071 .A84
M37 1990
1 Morris, John.
The age of Arthur: a history of the British Isles from 350 to 
650.  London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1973. DA 145 .M56 1973x 
1 Poste, Beale.
Britannia antiqua; or, Ancient Britain brought within the
limits of authentic history. London: J. R. Smith, 1857. 
DA 135 .P857
1 Redford, C.A. Ralegh. 
Arthurian Sites in the West. (1975)
1 Snell, Frederick J.
King Arthur's country.  London & Toronto, J.M. Dent & sons ltd.; New
York, E. P. Dutton & co., 1926.  820.9 Sn2
1 Stoker, Robert B.
The legacy of Arthur's Chester. London: Covenant Pub. Co., 1965. 
DA 690 .C5 S77 
1 Todd, Malcolm. 
The South West to AD 1000. London; New York: Longman, 1987. 
DA 670 .W49 T63 1987 
2 Chadwick, Nora K. 
The British heroic age: the Welsh and the men of the North.
Cardiff: Wales University Press for the Board of Celtic 
Studies, University of Wales, 1976.  DA 140 .C47 1976 
2 Chadwick, Nora K.
Celtic Britain. London: Thames and Hudson, 1963.  942.01 C346c 1963 
2 Chadwick, Nora. 
Celt and Saxon. (1963) 
2 Herm, Gerhard.
The Celts: the people who came out of the darkness. London: Weidenfeld
and Nicolson, c1976.  D 70 .H4713 
2 Laing, Lloyd Robert. 
The archaeology of late Celtic Britain and Ireland, c. 
400-1200 AD. London: Methuen; : distributed by Harper & Row,
Barnes & Noble Import Division, 1975.  DA 140 .L32 1975b 
2 Markale, Jean. 
King Arthur, king of kings. Translated by Christine Hauch.
London; New York: Gordon & Cremonesi, 1977. DA 152.5 .A7 M3713
2 Olmsted, Garrett S. 
The Gundestrup cauldron: its archaeological context, the 
style and iconography of its portrayed motifs and their 
narration of a Gaulish version of Tain Bo Cuailnge. Bruxelles:
Latomus, 1979.  DC 63 .O43 
Powell, Thomas G. E.
The Celts. London: Thames and Hudson, c1980.  D 70 .P6 1980 
2 Pearce, S.M. 
The Kingdom of Dumnonia. (1978)
2 Powell, T.G.E. 
The Celts. (1980)
2 Rhys, John.
Celtic Britain. 2nd ed. rev.  London etc. Society for promoting
Christian knowledge: New York, E. & J. B. Young & co., 1884. 
DA 140 .R479 1884 
2 Sjoestedt-Jonval, Marie-Louise. 
Gods and heroes of the Celts. Translated by Myles Dillon. London,
Methuen, <1949>  BL 900 .S483 
2 Spence, Lewis. 
The magic arts in Celtic Britain. London, New York  Rider & co.,
1945.  BL 900 .S57 
2 The Laws of Hywel Dda. Translated by M. Richards (1954)
2 The Mabinogion. Translated by G. Jones (1949)
2 Thomas, C. 
Britain and Ireland in Early Christian Times. AD 400-800. (1971)
2 Thomas, Charles.
Celtic Britain. London: Thames and Hudson, c1986.  DA 140 .T48 1986 
2 Thomas, Charles.
Celtic Britain. London: Thames and Hudson, c1986.  DA 140 .T48 1986 
2 Trioedd Ynys Prydain. Translated by R. Bromwich (1961)
2 Webster, Graham. 
The British Celts and their gods under Rome.  London: Batsford, 1986. 
BL 980 .G7 W43 1986 
3 Ashe, Geoffrey.
From Caesar to Arthur. London: Collins, 1960. DA 152 .A8 
3 Blair, P.H. 
Roman Britain and Early England. 55 BC- AD 871. 
3 Breeze, David John. 
The northern frontiers of Roman Britain. London: Batsford Academic and
Educational, 1982.  DA 145 .B84 1982b 
3 Cleary, Simon Esmonde. 
The ending of Roman Britain.  London: Batsford, 1989. DA 145 .C52
3 Collingwood, R.C. 
The Archaeology of Roman Britain. (1969) 
3 Frere, Sheppard S.
Britannia: a history of Roman Britain. 3rd ed., extensively rev. 
London; New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987.  DA 145 .F8 1987
3 Holder, P. A. 
The Roman Army in Britain. London: B. T. Batsford, c1982.  U 35 .H64
3 Johnson, Stephen.
Later Roman Britain. 1st U.S. ed. New York: Scribner, 1980. 
DA 145 .J62 1980b 
3 Jones, A.H.M. 
The Later Roman Empire. 284-602. (1964)
3 Military and civilian in Roman Britain: cultural relationships in a
frontier province.   Edited by T.F.C. Blagg and A.C. King. Oxford,
England: B.A.R., 1984.   DA 145 .M54 1984 
3 Salway, Peter. 
The frontier people of Roman Britain. Cambridge: University Press,
1965.  DA 145 .S25 
3 The End of Roman Britain: papers arising from a conference,
Durham, 1978. Edited by P. J. Casey.  Oxford: B.A.R., 1979. 
DA 145 .E52 
3 The Roman West Country: classical culture and Celtic society.
Edited by Keith Branigan and P. J. Fowler. Newton Abbot; London; North
Pomfret, Vt.: David & Charles, 1976.  DA 145 .R65 
3 Welsby, Derek A. 
The Roman military defence of the British provinces in its 
later phases. Oxford: B.A.R., 1982. DA 145 .W437 1982 
3 White, P. 
The Litus Saxonicum.
4 Alcock, Leslie.
Economy, society and warfare among the Britons and Saxons.
Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1987. DA 152 .A72 1987 
4 Angles and Britons. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1963. 
DA 140 .A65 
4 Arnold, C. J. 
Roman Britain to Saxon England. Bloomington: Indiana University Press,
c1984.  DA 145 .A76 1984 
4 Ashe, Geoffrey.
Camelot and the vision of Albion.  London: Heinemann, 1971.
DA 152.5 .A7 A79 
4 Ashe, Geoffrey.
The discovery of King Arthur. 1st ed. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor
Press/Doubleday, 1985.  DA 152.5 .A7 A793 1985 
4 Ashe, Geoffrey.
Kings and queens of early Britain. London: Methuen, 1982. DA 28.1 .A84
4 Collingwood, R.C. 
Roman Britain and the English Settlements. (1964)
4 Copley, Gordon J. 
Archaeology and place-names in the fifth and sixth centuries. 
Oxford: B.A.R., 1986.  DA 155 .C67 1986 
4 Gildas, 516?-570? 
Liber querulus de excidio Britanniae. English & Latin: 
The ruin of Britain, and other works.  Edited and 
translated by Michael Winterbottom. London: Phillimore; Totowa, N.J.:
Rowman and Littlefield, 1978. DA 135 .G5413 1978
4 Laing, Lloyd R. 
Celtic Britain and Ireland, AD 200-800: the myth of the Dark 
Ages. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, c1990.  DA 140 .L34 1990b 
4 Marsh, Henry.
Dark Age Britain: some sources of history. Newton Abbot: David &
Charles, 1970. DA 3 .A1 M34
4 Miller, Helen H. 
The realms of Arthur. New York: Scribner, 1969.  DA 152.5 .A7 M5
4 Roberts, William I. 
Romano-Saxon pottery. Oxford: B.A.R., 1982.  DA 145 .R68 1982 
4 The Making of Britain: the dark ages.  Edited by Lesley M. 
Smith. Houndsmills, U.K.: Macmillan, 1984. DA 135 .M33 1984b 
4 Thompson, E. A.
Saint Germanus of Auxerre and the end of Roman Britain. Woodbridge,
UK: Boydell Press, 1984.  DA 145 .T43 1984 
4 Wade-Evans, A.W. 
Nennius' "History of the Britons".
4 Whittock, Martyn J. 
The origins of England 410-600. London: Croom Helm, c1986.
DA 152 .W48 1986b 
4 Wood, Michael. 
In search of the Dark Ages. London: British Broadcasting Corporation,
1981.  DA 135 .W83 
5 The Anglo-Saxon chronicles. Translated and collated by Anne
Savage. London: Phoebe Phillips/Heinemann, 1982. 
5 Anglo-Saxon settlements.  Edited by Della Hooke. Oxford, UK; New
York, NY, USA: Blackwell, 1988.  DA 152 .A727 1988 
5 Arnold, C. J. 
An archaeology of the early Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. London: New York:
Routledge, 1988.   DA 155 .A75 1988 
5 Bede. 
The Ecclesiastical History of the English People. (various
translations. the best being B. Colgrave. 1969)
5 Blair, P.H. 
An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon England. (1977)
5 Campbell, J. 
The Anglo-Saxons. (1982)
5 D. Wilson. 
The Anglo-Saxons. (1966)
5 Glosecki, Stephen O.
Shamanism and Old English poetry. New York: Garland, 1989. 
PR 179 .S5 G58 1989 
5 Hooke, D. 
The Anglo-Saxon Landscape: The Kingdom of Hwicce. 
5 Myres, J.N.L. 
The Angles. the Saxons. and the Jutes. (1970)
5 Myres, J.N.L. 
Anglo-Saxon Pottery and the Settlement of England. (1969)
5 Richards, J. D. 
The significance of form and decoration of Anglo-Saxon 
cremation urns. Oxford: B.A.R., 1987.   DA 155 .R53 1987 
5 The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. (various translations. e.g.. D.
Whitelock . 1961; G.M. Garmonsway. 1953)
5 The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England. Edited by David M. 
Wilson. London: Methuen, 1976.  DA 155 .A7 
5 The Origins of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. Edited by Steven Bassett. 
London; New York: Leicester University Press, 1989. DA 152 .O75 1989 
5 Whitelock, Dorothy. 
English Historical Documents. Volume 1. c.500-1042. (1955)
6 Barber, Richard W.
King Arthur: hero and legend.  New York: Dorset Press, 1990, c1986. 
PN 57 .A6 B33 1990
6 Barber, Richard W.
The figure of Arthur. London: Longman, 1972   DA 152.5 .A7 B37 
6 Barthelme, Donald.
The king. Wood engravings by Barry Moser.  New York: Harper & Row,
1990.  PS 3552 .A76 K56 1990
6 Brundage, Burr C.
The king who cast no shadow. Lanham, MD.: University Press of America,
c1986.  PS 3503 .R8889 K5 1986 
6 Elliott, Ralph W. 
The Gawain country. Leeds: University of Leeds, School of English,
1984.  PR 2065 .G31 E45 1984
6 Goodrich, Norma Lorre. 
Guinevere. New York, NY: Harper Collins, c1991. PN 57 .G85 G66 1991 
6 Goodrich, Norma Lorre. 
King Arthur.  New York: F. Watts, 1986.  DA 152.5 .A7 G66 1986
6 Gowans, Linda. 
Cei and the Arthurian legend. Cambridge; Wolfeboro, NH: D.S. Brewer,
1988.  PN 686 .K3 G6 1988
6 Harding, Carol E.
Merlin and legendary romance. New York: Garland, 1988. PN 57 .M4 H37
6 Kightly, Charles. 
Folk heroes of Britain.  London: Thames and Hudson, c1982. 
DA 130 .K53 1982 
6 Merlin Conference (1st: 1986: London: England).
The book of Merlin: insights from the First Merlin
Conference, London: June, 1986. Edited by R.J. Stewart. 
Poole; New York: Blanford Press; Distributed in the United States by
Sterling Pub. Co., 1987.  PN 686 .M4 M47 1987 
6 Nye, Robert.
Merlin. 1st American ed.; New York: Putnam, 1979, c1978. 
PR 6064 .Y4 M4 1979 
6 Pyle, Howard.
The story of Sir Launcelot and his companions. New York, C. Scribner's
sons, 1907.  PZ 8.1 .P994 Sr 1907 
6 The Figure of Merlin in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Edited by Jeanie Watson and Maureen Fries. Lewiston-Queenston New
York: E. Mellen Press, c1989.  PR 408 .M47 F54 1989 
6 Tolstoy, Nikolai. 
The quest for Merlin. London: H. Hamilton, 1985. PN 686 .M4 T65 1985 
7 (1154). Wace. 
Arthurian Chronicles. Translated by E. Mason (1962)
7 (1170). Chretien de Troyes. 
Arthurian Romances. Translated by W.W.Comfort. (1973)
7 (1220), Anonymous. 
High History of the Holy Grail. Translated by S.Evans (1898-1910)
7 (1225). Anonymous. 
The Quest of the Holy Grail. Translated by P.M. Matarass.
7 (1230). Anonymous. 
The Death of King Arthur. Translated by J. Cable (1971)
7 (1470). Malory, Thomas. 
Le Morte d'Arthur. Translated by J. Cowan (1969)
7 (1488). Anonymous. 
Lancelot du Lac. Translated by C.E. Pickford (1976)
7 Arthur, King of Britain: history, chronicle, romance, & 
criticism, with texts in modern English, from Gildas to
Malory. Edited by Richard L. Brengle.  New York:
Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1964.  PN 57 .A6 B7
7 Arthurian drama: an anthology.  Edited by Alan Lupack. New York:
Garland Pub., 1991.  PR 635 .A78 A78 1991 
7 Baring-Gould, S. 
The Holy Grail. (1976)
7 Berger, Thomas.
Arthur Rex: a legendary novel. New York: Delacorte Press/Seymour
Lawrence, c1978.  PS 3552 .E719 A7 
7 Bradley, Marion Z. 
The mists of Avalon.  New York: Ballantine Books, 1982. PS 3552 .R228
M5 1982b 
7 Chretien de Troyes, 12th cent. 
The story of the grail = Li contes del graal, or, Perceval. Edited by
Rupert T. Pickens; translated by William W. Kibler. New York: Garland
Pub., 1990.  PQ 1447 .E5 P47 1990 
7 Chretien de Troyes, 12th cent. 
Lancelot, or, The knight of the cart. Translated by Ruth Harwood
Cline.  Athens: University of Georgia Press, c1990.  PQ 1445 .L3 E5
7 Cunliffe, Barry W.
The Regni. London: Duckworth, 1973.  DA 141 .C86 
7 Edwin Arlington Robinson. Introduced by James P. Carley.
Woodbridge, UK; Rchester, NY: Boydell Press, 1990. PS 3535 .O25 A6
7 From Camelot to Joyous Guard. The Old French La Mort le roi 
Artu. Translated by J. Neale Carman. Edited with an introd. 
by Norris J. Lacy.  Lawrence, University Press of Kansas 1974 
PQ 1496 .M75 E5 1974 
7 Geoffrey, of Monmouth, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1100?-1154. 
The Historia regum Britannie of Geoffrey of Monmouth.  Edited 
by Neil Wright. Cambridge; Dover, N.H.: D.S. Brewer, 1985, c1984- DA
140 .G353 1985 
7 Geoffrey, of Monmouth, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1100?-1154. 
Historia Brittonum. English & Latin:
British history; and The Welsh annals compiled by
Nennius.  Edited and translated by John Morris. London: Phillimore;
Totowa, N.J.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1980. 
DA 135 .H513
7 Geoffrey of Monmouth, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1100?-1154. 
The history of the Kings of Britain  Translated with an 
introduction by Lewis Thorpe. Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1966, 1978
printing.  DA 140 .G353 1966 
7 Geoffrey, of Monmouth, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1100?-1154. 
Historia Brittonum. English: The Historia Brittonum.  Edited by David
N. Dumville. Cambridge; Dover, N.H.: D.S. Brewer, 1985- 
DA 135 .H513 1985 
7 Guillaume, le Clerc, 13th cent. 
The romance of Fergus. Edited by Wilson Frescoln. Philadelphia (2031
Walnut St., Philadelphia 19103): W.H. Allen, 1983, c1982.
PQ 1483 .G68 F4 1983 
7 Hartmann von Aue, 12th cent. 
Erec. Translated with an introduction and commentary by Michael
Resler. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c1987. 
PT 1534 .E8 1987b 
7 Hastings, Selina. 
Sir Gawain and the loathly lady. Illustrations by Juan Wijngaard. 1st
U.S. ed. New York, N.Y.: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1985. 
PZ 8.1 .H268 Sl 1985 
7 Heinrich von dem Turlin, 13th cent.
The crown: a tale of Sir Gawein and King Arthur's court. Translated
and with an introduction by J.W. Thomas. Lincoln: University of
Nebraska Press, c1989. PT 1537 .H35 K713 1989 
7 Heldris de Cornualle. 
Le roman de Silence. Translated by Regina Psaki. New York: Garland
Pub., 1991. PQ 1483 .H4213 1991 
7 Jehan
The marvels of Rigomer = Les mervelles de Rigomer. Translated by
Thomas E. Vesce. New York: Garland, 1988.  PQ 1513 .R5 E5 1988 
7 Jenkins, Elizabeth.
The mystery of King Arthur. London: M. Joseph, 1975. DA 152.5 .A7 J46 
7 King, Roma A.
The pattern in the web: the mythical poetry of Charles Williams. Kent:
Kent State University Press, c1990.  PR 6045 .I5 Z8 1990 
7 Lancelot of the Lake. Translated with notes by Corin Corley; and an
introduction by Elspeth Kennedy. Oxford; New York: Oxford University
Press, 1989.PQ 1489 .L2 E5 1989 
7 Layamon, fl. 1200.
Layamon's Brut: a history of the Britons.  Translated by
Donald G. Bzdyl.  Binghamton, N.Y.: Center for Medieval and Early
Renaissance Studies, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1989. 
PR 2023 .A2 B9613 1989 
7 Layamon, fl. 1200.
Lazamon's Arthur: the Arthurian section of Lazamon's Brut 
(lines 9229-14297).  Edition and translation with
introduction, textual notes, and commentary, W.R.J. Barron
and S.C. Weinberg. 1st University of Texas Press edition;
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1989. PR 2023 .A2 B37 1989 
7 Loewe, Frederick. 
Camelot; a new musical. Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. 
Based on The once and future king, by T. H. White. New York Random
House 1961.  ML 50 .L8256 C3 1961 
7 Malory, Thomas, Sir, 15th cent. 
The acts of King Arthur and his noble knights: from the 
Winchester MSS. of Thomas Malory and other sources. John 
Steinbeck; edited by Chase Horton.  New York: Farrar, Straus and
Giroux, c1976.  PR 2043 .S67 1976 
7 Matthew Arnold and William Morris.  Introduced by James P.  Carley. 
Woodbridge, U.K.; Rochester, N.Y., USA:  Boydell Press, 1990.  PR 1195
.A75 M38 1990
7 Pyle, Howard.
The story of King Arthur and his knights. New York: Scribner, 1984? 
PZ 8.1 .A788 Px5 1984
7 Rowley, William.
The birth of Merlin or, The childe hath found his father / 
attributed to William Shakespeare & William Rowley with
additional chapters by R.J. Stewart, Denise Coffey and Roy
Hudd. Shaftsbury: Element, 1989.  PR 2856 .A1 1989 
7 Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: a dual-language version. Edited and
translated by William Vantuono. New York: Garland Pub., 1991.
PR 2065 .G3 A387 1991
7 Sir Gawain and the Lady of Lys. Translated by Jessie L. 
Weston, illustrated by Morris M. Williams 
New York, AMS Press 1970 
PN 685 .A7 1970 no. 7
7 Stewart, Mary.
The wicked day. New York: Morrow, 1983.  PR 6069 .T46 W5 1983 
7 Stewart, Mary.
The last enchantment. New York: Morrow, 1979.  PR 6069 .T46 L3
7 Stewart, Mary.
The hollow hills. New York, Morrow, 1973.  PR 6069 .T46 H64 1973
7 Stewart, Mary.
The crystal cave. New York: Morrow, c1970.  PR 6069 .T46 C7 1970b
7 Sutcliff, Rosemary. 
Sword at sunset: the road to camlann.  New York: Tom Doherty
Associates, 1987.  PR 6037 .U936 S9 1987
7 Sutcliff, Rosemary. 
The sword and the circle: King Arthur and the knights of the 
Round Table. New York: Dutton, 1981.  PZ 8.1 .S95 Sw 1981 
7 Swinburne, Algernon Charles.
Tristram of Lyonesse. Algernon Charles Swinburne. Introduced by James
P. Carley. Woodbridge, UK; Rochester, NY: Boydell Press,
1990.  PR 5506 .T6 1990 
7 Talbott, Hudson. 
The sword in the stone. New York: Morrow Junior books, 1991. 
PZ 8.1 .T133 Sw 1991 
7 Tennyson, Alfred.
Idylls of the king. With an introduction by Henry C. Walsh.
Altemus' edition.  Philadelphia: H. Altemus, 1889. folio PR 5558 .A1
7 The Arthurian legends: an illustrated anthology.  Selected and
introduced by Richard Barber. Totowa, N.J.: Littlefield, Adams, 1979.
PN 6071 .A84 A7
7 The avowing of King Arthur. Edited by Roger Dahood. New York:
Garland, 1984.  PR 2065 .A6 1984 
7 The knight of the parrot = Le chevalier du papegau. Translated by
Thomas E. Vesce. New York: Garland Pub., 1986.  PQ 1441 .C65 E5 1986 
7 The Prophetia Merlini of Geoffrey of Monmouth: a 
fifteenth-century English commentary.  Edited with an 
introduction by Caroline D. Eckhardt. Cambridge, Mass.: Medieval
Academy of America, c1982.  DA 140 .G49 C66 1982 
7 The rise of Gawain, nephew of Arthur = De ortu Waluuanii 
nepotis Arturi. Edited and translated by Mildred Leake Day. 
New York: Garland Pub., 1984.  PA 8310 .D38 E5 1984 
7 The Romance of Merlin. an anthology. Edited by Peter Goodrich. 
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7 The story of Meriadoc, King of Cambria = Historia Meriadoci,
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7 White, Terence H.
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8 Carman, Justice Neale.
A study of the pseudo-map cycle of Arthurian romance, to 
investigate its historico-geographic background and to 
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8 Cavendish, R. 
King Arthur and the Grail: The Arthurian Legend and their Meaning.
8 Cavendish, Richard. 
King Arthur & the Grail: the Arthurian legends and their
meaning. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, c1978. PN 685 .C3 
8 Cross, Tom P. 
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love. New York: Phaeton Press, 1970.  PQ 1445 .L5 C7 1970 
8 Friedman, Lenemaja. 
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8 Goodman, Jennifer R.
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8 Gordon-Wise, Barbara Ann. 
The reclamation of a queen: Guinevere in modern fantasy. New York:
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8 Gottfried von Strassburg and the medieval Tristan legend: 
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8 King Arthur through the ages. Edited by Valerie M. Lagorio, Mildred
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8 Maddox, Donald.
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8 Merrill, Robert.
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8 Merriman, James Douglas.
The flower of kings; a study of the Arthurian legend in 
England between 1485 and 1835. Lawrence, University Press of Kansas
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8 O'Sullivan, Thomas D.
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8 Partner, Nancy F. 
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twelfth-century England. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1977. 
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8 Roubaud, J. 
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8 The Changing face of Arthurian romance: essays on Arthurian
prose romances in memory of Cedric E. Pickford: a tribute
by the members of the British Branch of the International 
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Cambridge; Wolfeboro, N.H.: D.S. Brewer, 1986. PN 685 .C43 1986 
8 The Legend of Arthur in the Middle Ages: studies presented to A.H.
Diverres by colleagues, pupils and friends.  Edited 
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8 The Passing of Arthur: new essays in the Arthurian tradition. 
Edited by Christopher Baswell and William Sharpe. New York: Garland
Pub., 1988.  PR 149 .A79 P37 1988 
8 Thompson, Raymond H.
The return from Avalon: a study of the Arthurian legend in 
modern fiction.  Westport: Greenwood Press, 1985. 
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8 Weston, Jessie L.
The legend of Sir Perceval; studies upon its origin, 
development, and position in the Arthurian cycle. London: 
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8 Whitaker, Muriel A. 
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Totowa, N.J.: Barnes & Noble Books, 1984.
PR 2047 .W49 1984 
9 Dean, Christopher.
Arthur of England: English attitudes to King Arthur and the
knights of the Round Table in the Middle Ages and the 
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9 Knight, Stephen Thomas. 
Arthurian literature and society. London: Macmillan, 1983. PN 57 .A6
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9 Martin, Ann G. 
Shame and disgrace at King Arthur's court: a study in the 
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9 Rewards and punishments in the Arthurian romances and lyric 
poetry of mediaeval France: essays presented to Kenneth 
Varty on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday.  Edited by
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9 Rigg, A. G. 
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9 Simpson, Roger.
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9 Wilson, Anne. 
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