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Malory: Texts and Sources

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During the last thirty years, the study of Malory's text and sources has given rise to hotly contested issues and spectacular discoveries, as well as fundamental questions about the nature of his Morte Darthurand how we should read it. The debate has given rise to hotly contested issues and spectacular discoveries, even requiring forensic examination of the unique ...more
Hardcover, 326 pages
Published December 17th 1998 by Boydell & Brewer
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Jun 06, 2013 Neil rated it it was amazing
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Peter Field's name is well known to readers of Thomas Malory and is one of the leading scholars in the field. Known for his own study of Malory's style in Romance and Chronicle and his biographical work on Malory, published in The Life and times of Malory. Anyone approaching medieval studies at an academic level will know Field's 1990 revision of Eugene Vinaver's three volume edition of Malory's works.

This volume of Brewer's Arthurian Studies collects most of Field's scholarly papers that he's
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