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Book Description: it is a titanic selection of nice Arthurian literature: poetry, drama and essays, written after the most canon, mostly within the 18th via to the early twentieth centuries. Table of Contents: Publisher's Preface; Rosenthal's Elaine, by way of William Henry Rhodes [1876]; King Arthur's Sleep, via Ernest Rhys [1898]; The loss of life Of Merlin, via Ernest Rhys [1898]; The Waking Of King Arthur, Brechva's Harp track, by means of Ernest Rhys [1898]; Sir Launcelot And The Sancgreal, through Ernest Rhys [1905]; the town Of Sarras, via Ernest Rhys [1905]; The Lament Of Sir Ector De Maris, by way of Ernest Rhys [1905]; The final Sleep Of Sir Launcelot, through Ernest Rhys [1905]; the search Of The Grail: at the Eve, via Ernest Rhys [1905]; Timor Mortis, via Ernest Rhys [1905]; Merlin, through Edwin Arlington Robinson [1917]; God's Graal, by means of Dante Gabriel Rossetti [1911]; The start Of Merlin; Or, The Childe Hath discovered His Father, by way of William Rowley [1662]; The Bridal Of Triermain, through Sir Walter Scott [1813]; vivien, through Alan Seeger [1916]; Gawain And the woman Of Avalon, by means of George Augustus Simcox [1869]; The Farewell Of Ganore, through George Augustus Simcox [1869]; Camelford, through Douglas B. W. Sladan [1885]; Pastoral Of Galahad, by way of Elinor Sweetman [1899]; Pastoral Of Lancelot, by way of Elinor Sweetman [1899]; A well-known Prediction Of Merlin, by way of Jonathan quick [1709]; Queen Yseult, through Algernon Charles Swinburne [1857]; The Day earlier than The Trial, by way of Algernon Charles Swinburne [1857]; Joyeuse Garde, by means of Algernon Charles Swinburne [1859]; the story Of Balen, by way of Algernon Charles Swinburne [1896] About the Publisher: Forgotten Books is a writer of ancient writings, resembling: Philosophy, Classics, technological know-how, faith, Esoteric and Mythology. Forgotten Books is set sharing details, now not approximately earning money. All books are priced at wholesale costs. we're additionally the single writer we all know of to print in huge sans-serif font, that is confirmed to make the textual content more uncomplicated to learn and placed much less pressure in your eyes.

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