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  1. Return of King Arthur British and American Arthurian Literature since 1800 (Arthurian Studies) by Elisabeth Brewer, 1983-09-08
  2. The Arthurian Legend in British Literature by Elliot Engel, 1988
  3. The Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature and Legend (Oxford Paperback Reference) by Alan Lupack, 2007-04-16
  4. Word and Image in Arthurian Literature: The Arthurian Yearbook (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities)
  5. Arthur of the English, The: The Arthurian Legend in English Life and Literature (University of Wales Press - Arthurian Literature in the Middle Ages)
  6. Holy Grail: The Galahad Quest in the Arthurian Literature by Arthur Edward Waite, 1993-02-24
  7. Legend of Arthur in British and American Literature (Twayne's English Authors Series) by Jennifer R. Goodman, 1988-04
  8. Arthurian Legend in Italian Literature by Edmund G. Gardner, 2003-06-05
  9. The Return of King Arthur: The Legend Through Victorian Eyes by Debra N. Mancoff, 1995-09
  10. Arthurian Romance: A Short Introduction (Blackwell Introductions to Literature) by Derek Pearsall, 2003-04-29
  11. Celtic Myth and Arthurian Romance by Roger Sherman Loomis, 1994-09
  12. Reinventing King Arthur: The Arthurian Legends In Victorian Culture (Nineteenth Century Series) by Inga Bryden, 2005-04
  13. Arthurian Narrative in the Latin Tradition (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature) by Siân Echard, 2005-10-20
  14. Arthurian Legends: An Illustrated Anthology by Richard Barber, 1979-01-01

1. Britannia: King Arthur
Index of original sources. Early british Kingdoms Britain in Arthur's time by Sydney Fowler Wright. arthurian literature - Reviewed for young people. Welsh arthurian Lit.

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His name is synonymous with wisdom and fairness. The names of his wife, magician and knights are household words. His sword symbolizes righteous power. His capitol city is an icon for earthly perfection, but with all this name recognition, we still aren't sure that he ever actually lived. CLICK HERE for " Arthur 101 ," a guide to Britannia's King Arthur section, or explore on your own by clicking one of the links below.
King Arthur Content Highlights:
Arthur 101

A Quest for Arthur
- A good starting point
Arthurian Timeline
- Development of the legends
Great King Arthur Quiz
- Test your knowledge Arthurian Sources - Index of original sources Early British Kingdoms - Britain in Arthur's time What Historians Say - Beliefs about Arthur Burial Cross of Arthur - What we know Cross Rediscovered? - A 20th Century hoax Geoffrey of Monmouth - King Arthur's biographer Glastonbury Abbey - Center of Arthurian legend Cadbury Castle - Was this Camelot? Geoffrey Ashe - An interview The Ballad of Elaine - by Sydney Fowler Wright Arthurian Literature - Reviewed for young people Welsh Arthurian Lit.

2. ENGLISH 307I, British Literature Survey I
and (2) antiCatholic prejudice, particularly in british scholarship up Manuscript Images; The Norse and Norman Conquests; Courtly Love and arthurian literature;
ENGLISH 307I, British Literature Survey I
This page was first posted on the Web on Sept. 6, 1997.
Last modified August 19, 2003.
This page is privately owned and on a commercial server. The views expressed here are mine, and do not reflect any official viewpoints of Wilmington College. My homepage, with links to my other classes and projects, is here
Please feel free to e-mail me at if you wish to contact me. These links provide a good deal of information on various aspects of the periods we are studying. I will be adding more material, as time permits, so as to provide a head start for those who wish to read up ahead of time on the later material. These pages represent only a tiny fraction of the huge amount of Web-accessible medieval material out there. The Voice of the Shuttle
The Shuttle
is perhaps the premier site for links to humanities scholarship, literary criticism, and theory on the Web. You may need to try more than once to get around incomplete/unfinished indexing, since the page is often under revision. Take some time to navigate its many sections and to see what they've got. NetSERF: Medieval Misconceptions
Misconceptions and prejudices concerning European medieval culture continue to endure year after year, originating largely in (1) Renaissance authors (Erasmus, Petrarch) who styled themselves as Romantic-age-type culture heroes who transcended their purportedly inferior predecessors, and (2) anti-Catholic prejudice, particularly in British scholarship up till the 20th centurysomething which unfortunately remains alive and well in America to this very day. Beyond that, it is often preserved in K-12 teaching materials derived from old books, or from books derived from older books. This link (above) helps to deflate some of the most common untruths perpetuated about the Middle Ages (itself a Renaissance label). Education majors take note;

Bibliography of Gaelic arthurian literature from the Camelot Project, University of Rochester. Artúir, a british prince, appears in an episode connected with the introduction of a new type earliest citation in native Irish literature " arthurian literature, 12 (1993), 16572
Linda Gowans
This bibliography covers works in Gaelic from Ireland and Scotland (plus one from Nova Scotia) about Arthur and Arthurian characters: provenance is indicated by (Ir), (Sc) or (Nv) at the end of the entry. It is not designed to cover material relating to the general discussion of Celtic sources for medieval romance. Only reviews of a substantial length have normally been included. The numerical system has been adopted for ease of cross-referencing and future addition.
Section 1: Texts and Translations
1.1 Early References to an "Arthur" Lebor Bretnach (the Irish translation of the Historia Brittonum ... 1.6 Miscellaneous
Section 2: Critical Works
2.1 Early References to an "Arthur" Lebor Bretnach (the Irish translation of the Historia Brittonum ... 2.6 Miscellaneous
Section 1: Texts and Translations
1.1 Early References to an "Arthur"

Acallam na Senórach ," ed. Whitley Stokes, in Irische Texte , Vol.4, part 1, ed. W. Stokes and E. Windisch. Leipzig: Hirzel, 1900. Artúir, a British prince, appears in an episode connected with the introduction of a new type of horse into Ireland. Another Artúr is one of a list of princes drowned by the lake-monster of Loch Lurgan. (Ir)

4. Literature Course Syllabi
Syllabi and Other Course Materials for literature Courses british literature ( Edwin Duncan, Towson) Medieval Women Tradition and CounterTradition ( Deborah Everhart, Georgetown) arthurian
Syllabi and Other Course Materials for Literature Courses
It should be no surprise that this page is now woefully incomplete the explosion of the number of courses using the Web, along with the explosion in things I should be doing, have made it impossible for me to keep up with it all. I'll do what I can, but welcome help. This collection of syllabi and course materials is maintained by Jack Lynch . See also my pointers to on-line literary resources Go straight to Classical and Biblical Medieval Renaissance Restoration and Eighteenth Century ... General
Collections of Course Materials
Classical and Biblical
  • Chaucer (Edwin Duncan, Towson)

5. British & Commonwealth Literature
WWW british literature Resources. british Women Romantic Poets, 17891832. Camelot Project. arthurian texts, images, bibliographies and basic information. Canadian literature
WWW British Literature Resources American Literature Spanish/Bilingual
Humanities: General
Voice of the Shuttle: Web Page for Humanities Research
The pre-eminent site for Humanities research
Electronic Text Center University of Virginia.
The Electronic Text Center's holdings include approximately 45,000 on- and off-line humanities texts in twelve languages, with more than 50,000 related images (book illustrations, covers, manuscripts, newspaper pages, page images of Special Collections books, museum objects, etc.)
English Literature
Ignore intial articles; except for Chaucer entries alphabetized by first word in the site title regardless of author's last name.
  • Chaucer an annotated guide to online resources Chaucer Metapage U. of North Carolina; Larry D. Benson Geoffrey Chaucer
  • The New Chaucer Society Rutgers; a scholarly yet accessible site providing a wide array of useful materials for all academic audiences interested in Chaucer and late medieval literature and culture.
  • 18th Century Resources Rutgers; Jack Lynch
  • 6. English Literature On The Web
    arthurian Studies arthurian Legends (Deborah Everhart); The Truth About King Arthur Web Sites, 19th C. british Authors, british Authors, English literature.
    E nglish L iterature on the W eb
    Richard Redgrave, The Poor Teacher
    Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead General

    British Authors

    E-text Archives
    American Authors
    Your suggestion of any useful sites related to English Literature would be appreciated. Please e-mail me This page has been accessed times since the counter was put in on 1 July 1996. ( Web-Counter Last updated: 10 January 2003.

    7. Beowulf To Lear: Text, Image, And Hypertext
    Site for interdisciplinary course at Pace University on british literature, including Beowulf, Chaucer, arthurian legends, King Lear. Posts student work at the B+/A level, including citations of sources.

    8. British Literature
    british literature Almost all british Celtic literature has something to do with arthurian Legends. Though the myth and legends
    British Literature Almost all British Celtic Literature has something to do with Arthurian Legends. Though the myth and legends of Authur are strongly found in British Literature, it is found in Welsh Literature
    This section will have three areas: Translated texts of Authurian myth , and other resources on Authurian myth.
    Map from Britannia

    Arthurian Full or parital Text
  • Malory, Sir Thomas. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table Volume 1 Volume II Charrette project Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • Arthurian Resources
  • Arthurian Sources Arthurian Sites ArthurNet Links
  • Bibliography Further Links Back to the Literature Library

    9. British Literature
    british literature. Almost all british Celtic literature has something to do with arthurian Legends. Though the myth and legends of Authur are strongly found in british literature, it is found in Welsh literature.
    British Literature Almost all British Celtic Literature has something to do with Arthurian Legends. Though the myth and legends of Authur are strongly found in British Literature, it is found in Welsh Literature
    This section will have three areas: Translated texts of Authurian myth , and other resources on Authurian myth.
    Map from Britannia

    Arthurian Full or parital Text
  • Malory, Sir Thomas. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table Volume 1 Volume II Charrette project Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • Arthurian Resources
  • Arthurian Sources Arthurian Sites ArthurNet Links
  • Bibliography Further Links Back to the Literature Library

    10. Welsh Literature Pt 3: Arthuriana
    the basis for a whole new and impressive European literature of arthurian romance. histories, offered me a very ancient history in the british tongue which
    Part 3: Arthuriana he Norman Conquest of Wales brought about a literary renaissance that encompassed a wide area, including not only writings on history, but also on law, medicine and healing, geography, the lives of the saints and theology. Few of these were original, most being direct translations from either French or English. The lives of St. Beuno and St. David, the Book of the Anchorite, and some mystical works have all survived. By far the greatest contribution of Norman Wales to world literature, however, is the body of works known as the Arthuriana Very few early Welsh traditions concerning Arthur have survived. In Annales Cambriae (written about l100 but containing material from 445 to 954), the battle of Mount Badon is recorded as having taken place in 5l6, and Arthur is praised as having defeated the Saxons "after bearing the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ on his shoulders for three days and nights." Perhaps the most authentic of the early Arthurian references is the entry for 537 that briefly refers to the battle of Camlan in which Arthur and Medrawd were killed. Nennius , in his Historia Brittonum in the early ninth century described Arthur as "a leader of battles, who defeated the Saxons twelve times, the final battle being Mount Badon." In two very early poems

    11. British Literature
    british literature. Research Starting Points arthurian Legend. Information Please arthurian Legend. Camelot and arthurian Legends
    British Literature Research Starting Points For Mrs. Cabral's Senior Concentrated British Literature Classes Search Tools: Directory Search Engines MetaSearch Engines Yahoo Hotbot Metacrawler Snap ... All the Web General Research: Student Topics:

    12. English Websites
    at the University of Idaho The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester The BBC s Medieval Development of arthurian literature Early british Kingdoms.
    Learn more about Anglo-Saxon culture. Dig thisAnglo-Saxon artifacts! At London's British Museum , treasures from one of England's most important archeological sites are displayed in a full-size reconstruction of burial chamber from Sutton Hoo. Explore the London's British Museum . Links include: "Explore our Collection," "Understand World Cultures," and "Navigate this Site." Explore British Poetry 1780-1910 View the Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Eighteenth Century Resources , maintained at Rutger's University, offers information on art, architecture, history, literature and much more. The literature link is particularly relevant for students in English 4. Visit the Electronic Beowulf Project. Search English Language Resources and the electronic text center. Visit the Jane Austen Information Page. Access a wealth of information on King Arthur and the Early British Kingdoms: History and Legend Visit the Middle English Compendium for access to three major Middle English electronic resources. Visit Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet

    13. British LIterature Links
    are organized by time period, and follow the curriculum for british literature classes. arthurian Legends, The arthurian Legends http//
    Cab Calloway School of the Arts Library Media Center Home The Charter School of Wilmington These resources are organized by time period, and follow the curriculum for British Literature classes. Check the catalogs of The University of Delaware, The Wilmington Library , and the New Castle County Public Library System for additional resources. UDLibSEARCH Databases are available through school library and classroom computers. (These will not be available outside the school.)
    The Anglo-Saxon Period The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
    ORB: The Anglo-Saxons
    Geoffrey Chaucer The Geoffrey Chaucer Website
    The General Prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
    Arthurian Legends The Arthurian Legends
    Bulfinch's Mythology, "The Age of Chivalry"
    Shakespeare Discovering Collection

    14. Arthurian Literature: Daily Schedule
    Topic in literature arthurian literature. TTh 1230145, Grubbs 312 the Green Knight in their basic british literature survey course.
    Index Requirements Papers Visuals ... Resources
    English 555-02 Topic in Literature: Arthurian Literature
    TTh 12:30-1:45, Grubbs 312
    Instructor: Dr. K. Nichols
    Daily Reading Schedule
    NOTE: It is assumed that most students have read Sir Gawain and
    the Green Knight
    in their basic British Literature survey course.
    Week One: Introduction
    Computer Classroom
    , Grubbs 101 survey links at top of
    this page and the following: Translatio Studii et Imperii and Medieval Britain Timeline also browse Arthurian Literature, Part I and Part II , and Arthurian Legends Illustrated Pick topic for Background Report due 9/10 Week Two: Celtic Legend and French Medieval Romances "Culhwch and Olwen" (just skim through the long lists) in The Mabinogion online copy here Recommended: Commentary on How Culhwch Won Olwen ; more info. here Chrétien de Troyes, "Yvain" (read about 1/2) in Arthurian Romances Recommended: Medieval Romance ; more info. here Chrétien de Troyes, "Yvain" in

    15. English 113--British Literature I
    English 113 british literature I. This page first posted January 31, 1999. Last modified April 25, 1999. Courtly Love and arthurian literature.
    English 113: British Literature I
    This page first posted January 31, 1999. Last modified April 25, 1999. Links will be added to this page as the semester goes on, and as time and opportunity permit.
    The Milton-L Home Page
    An authoritative page on John Milton, including links to articles, book reviews, images, and sound files.
    As with any popular topic, the majority of stuff about Shakespeare on the Web is not up to a very high scholarly standard. IN PARTICULAR, please do not refer to any pages which discuss the so-called "Shakespeare authorship controversy." There is no serious academic discussion going on about whether Shakespeare did or did not write the plays attributed to him; it is the biggest eccentric hobbyhorse non-issue in the study of English lit. That is, there are a lot of people wasting their time on itjust not many who know their business. Shakespeare's Globe Theater The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust The Shakespeare Classroom The Royal Shakespeare Company ... Furness Shakespeare Library
    Chaucer: Pedagogy
    This page is new, but is the authoritative one-stop reference both for students studying Chaucer, and for teachers who will have to teach Chaucer in class (press the appropriate link at the top of the page for teacher or student materials). All of you who are secondary-ed specialists are most strongly advised to bookmark this page; it will serve you well for years to come (sample assignments; readings; online texts; audio files; the works). And, of course, everyone else in the class will also benefit from it as a background and study guide. Read it early and read it often.

    16. BBC - H2g2 - The Medieval Development Of Arthurian Literature
    in the populist understanding of Arthur and his importance to the british nation, as the Morte D Arthur was the last great work of arthurian literature in the
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    New visitors: Returning BBCi members: BBC Homepage The Guide to Life The Universe and Everything Life Literary Genres and Critique The Universe ... King Arthur in Literature Created: 10th April 2001 The Medieval Development of Arthurian Literature Front Page Who's Online Add Entry Peer Review ... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! The Early Middle Ages Once Arthur had passed into legend , becoming a mythic figure instead of an ostensibly historical one, the range of literature about him and his court became much greater, springing forth from its nebulous roots . This coincided with the great leaps made in the field of literature at this time, particularly in France . The prosperity of the French court meant that the nobles wanted to hear tales of aristocratic heroes, great adventure, and above all, chivalry. Chivalry was the key factor in the usage of Arthur as an emblematic hero; its tenets of religious purity and faith as well as secular glory and prowess found an ideal subject in the myths already associated with this British king. The themes of romanticised and formalised Courtly Love and the Quest were also highly important, as such works as

    17. British Literature Resources
    The Camelot Project arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and poem surviving in the british Library in a English literature Early 17th Century Francis Bacon
    Literature Resources British Literature 19th Century British and Irish Authors
    All Shakespeare

    All Shakespeare is an special site! And you were there... Life in Elizabethan England
    This webquest was created by a teacher in Loudoun County High School in Leesburg, Virginia. Arthurian Studies
    From the Labyrinth British and Irish Authors on the Web
    The Camelot Project

    Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information Canterbury Tales Project
    The Canterbury Tales Project aims to establish a system of transcription for all the manuscripts and early printed books of the Canterbury Tales into computer-readable form, transcribe the manuscripts using this system, compare all the manuscripts, creating a record of their agreements and disagreements with a computer collation program, use computer-based methods to help reconstruct the history of the text from this record of agreements and disagreements, publish all the materials, the results of our analysis, and the tools which we use in electronic form. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
    This site has offered Shakespeare's plays and poetry to the Internet community since 1993.

    18. Arthurian Literature
    et al (edd.) The Arthur of the Welsh The arthurian Legend in Medieval Welsh literature (Cardiff 1991 of the Graves in Proceedings of the british Academy 53
    Arthurian Homepage Myrddin Arthurian Sites Historicity of Arthur ... Arthurian Characters Arthurian Literature This page is intended to provide a brief guide to the manuscripts and the literature within them concerning Arthur - the main focus of this guide will be on the 'Welsh' Arthur and readers wishing to know about other Arthurian literature are referred to the links listed elsewhere and the excellent Camelot Project at the University of Rochester . Parallel texts and translations of much of the early literature are readily available in John B. Coe and Simon Young The Celtic Sources for the Arthurian Legend (Llanerch 1995). The Nature of Arthur When considering the literature it is important to understand the nature of the Arthur that appears here. The Arthur of (pre-Galfridian) literature was "above all else...a defender of his country against every kind of danger, both internal and external: a slayer of giants and witches, a hunter of monstrous animals - giant boars, a savage cat monster, a winged serpent (or dragon) - and also, as it appears from Culhwch and Preiddeu Annwn , a releaser of prisoners. This concept [of Arthur] is substantiated from all the early sources: the poems

    19. Arthurian Links
    Resources and numerous articles in the journal british Archaeology in the Annales Cambriae online at the Camelot Project; arthurian literature - contains links
    Arthurian Homepage Arthurian Literature Arthurian Sites Myrddin ... Arthurian Characters Arthurian Links Links
    • Arthuriana - subscribe to ARTHURNET and the journal of the International Arthurian Society, Arthuriana Arthurian Resources on the Internet - a valuable guide by John J. Doherty The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester - quite simply a wonderful resource King Arthur: History and the Arthurian Legend - a great site but too dependent in places on Geoffrey Ashe Historical Arthur - an interesting site based on older scholarship, though most of this is now rejected - for example, Collingwood's methodology with regards to identifying the battles in the Historia Brittonum was described by Professor Jackson (whose 'Once Again Arthur's Battles' from the Journal of Modern Philology 43 (1945-6) pp.44-57 is required reading on this topic) thus: "For Collingwood, Arthur fought only the Jutes of Kent, and concequently the battles had to be discovered in south-eastern England. They were." ( ibid ., p.45)

    20. 19th-century Brit Lit Resources
    19thcentury british literature Resources. arthurian images occur in a number of works of literature and visual art, including these
    19th-century British Literature Resources
    This is a very arbitrary and whimsical list of sites I have bookmarked for the use of students in my classes, so it does not pretend to be systematic, thorough, or comprehensive. If you don't know how to begin finding sites, though, here are some possibilities.
    Humanities-oriented Webliographies.
    VoS English Literature: Victorian , theVictorian page for Alan Liu's brilliant Voice of the Shuttle. Check also his Romantics page
    Period-related Sites
    The Victorian Web Overview , George Landow's site at Brown. This is something one would read rather than a list of links to other sites. Welcome to the 19CWWW , a site for the study of 19th-century women writers. Most of the writers looked at are American, though not all, and often they are unusual and interesting writers to look at. The Victorian Women Writers Project , a site devoted to women writers of Great Britain in the 19th century. See also the Modernism Timeline, 1890-1940
    Author-related Sites
    rather arbitrarily arranged
    Jane Austen
    Jane Austen Info Page , with links to several other sites, including a hypertext of Pride and Prejudice Sketch of Jane Austen
    William Blake
    William Blake 's pictorial and poetic works, including excellent graphics for a number of things like

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