Arthurian Tradition & Chrétien de Troyes
Columbia University Press, 1949 - 503 pages
A study of the literary art of Chretien de Troyes, a late 12th century French poet, in relation to the Arthurian cycle and its Celtic sources. Examines the Arthurian tradition before Troyes, and his contributions to the tale and its characters.
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THE WAYS OF TRADITION AND METHODS OF INVESTIGATION
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