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message 1: by Alannah (new)

Alannah Clarke (alannahclarke) | 11966 comments Mod
Books that re-tell or reinterpret the Arthurian legends.

http://www.goodreads.com/list/show/28...

What have you read?


message 2: by Alannah (new)

Alannah Clarke (alannahclarke) | 11966 comments Mod
I have only read The Lady Of Shalott by Alfred Tennyson but technically that is a very long poem, not a fiction novel.


message 4: by Leslie (new)

Leslie | 15985 comments I have read:

-The Once and Future King
-A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (highly recommend!)
-The Crystal Cave
-The Sword in the Stone (this is actually part of The Once and Future King)
-The Lady of Shalott
-Idylls of the King
-The Hollow Hills
-The Witch in the Wood (this is actually part of The Once and Future King)
-The Ill-Made Knight (this is actually part of The Once and Future King)


message 5: by Laurel (new)

Laurel | 283 comments My list (from the 1st page):

1. The Mists of Avalon
2. The Once and Future King 1-4
3. Le Morte d'Arthur: King Arthur and the Legends of the Round Table
4. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
5. The Winter King Warlord Chronicles #1)
6. The Lady of Shallott
7. Enemy of God (Warlord Chronicles #2)
8. Excalibur (Warlord Chronicles #3)
9. The Mabinogion
10. The History of the Kings of Britain
11. The Fionavar Tapestry
12. The Book of Merlyn (Once and Future King #5)
13. Arthurian Romances
14. Merlin's Wood

I love the Authurian legends - there's a few on the list that I might have to look up!


message 6: by Joy (new)

Joy Stephenson (joyfrankie) | 243 comments I've read The Once and Future King several times over the years - love the way it starts light-heartedly, with comic scenes, and gradually becomes more serious. I might read it again now I've been reminded of it!


message 7: by Cheryl (new)

Cheryl Hall | 138 comments I though I wouldn't call it a re-telling. This book attempted to be Arthurian.

Working Wonders

It doesn't look like it and it isn't very good. Got it free in a magazine about 10 years ago.


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