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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Arthurian Legends
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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Arthurian Legends
Ronan Coghlan

This lavishly illustrated volume examines all the different strands of the Arthurian myth, bringing together a wide variety of materials, fully complemented by paintings, engravings, maps, and family trees.
$24.95
The Grey King
Susan Cooper
(Part of the Dark is Rising Sequence)

There is a Welsh legend about a harp of gold, hidden within a certain hill, that will be found by a boy and a white dog with silver eyes -- a dog that can see the wind. Will Stanton knew nothing of this when he came to Wales to recover from a severe illness. But when he met Bran, the strange boy who owned a white dog, he began to remember.
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The Grey King
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Le Morte D'Arthur
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Le Morte D'Arthur
Thomas Malory

The greatest English verson of the stories of King Arthur, Le Morte D'Arthur was completed in 1469-70 by Sir Thomas Malory, "knight prisoner." This edition is the first designed for the general reader based on the "Winchester manuscript," which represents what Malory wrote more closely than the version printed by William Caxton. Extensively annotated, this edition is highly user-friendly.
$7.99
The Mabinogion
Gwynn Jones (Editor)

While the Arthurian romances still inspire an endless stream of books and movies, this medieval Welsh classic is relatively unknown. Perhaps, as John Updike indicates in his preface, this is because reading the book feels "as if we are dancing with a partner who hears a distinctly different music."
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The Mabinogion
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The Once and Future King
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The Once and Future King
T. H. White

Quartet of novels by T.H. White, published in a single volume in 1958. The quartet comprises The Sword in the Stone, The Queen of Air and Darkness--first published as The Witch in the Wood--The Ill-Made Knight, and The Candle in the Wind. The series is a retelling of the Arthurian legend, from Arthur's birth to the end of his reign, and is based largely on Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur.
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History of the Kings of Britain
Geoffrey of Monmouth

Geoffrey of Monmouth's History traces the kingship of Britain from its mythical origins after the fall of Troy to the beginning of Saxon rule. According to Geoffrey, the Britons are descended from Brutus, refugee from Troy and the grandson of Aeneas, the founder of Rome. Most of his history centers around Brutus, Belinus and Arthur.
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History of the Kings of Britain
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