Yoyo
Yoyo asked:

What is the book's approach in telling history?

J The book isn't really telling anything of the history of England and the U.K. since it is't focused on the historical aspect. Although Celtic in origins this telling is during the times that actual knights had suits of armor, the court system and of course when Christianity was already quite established.

To further confuse the historical angle of this particular book is the fact that Camelot appears in here as well as its original more historical spelling Cameliard but as two different places.

Even though historical-wise Arthur has always been hard to place I would not recommend this as a history telling at all but rather a novel to enjoy if you don't mind bland retellings.
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