Arthur and Kingship in the Historia Brittonum - Christopher A. Snyder `For Mortals are Moved by these Conditions': Fate, Fortune and Providence in Geoffrey of Monmouth - Sian Echard Visions of History: Robert de Boron and English Arthurian Chroniclers - Edward Donald Kennedy Bruttene Deorling: An Arthur for Every Age - King Arthur: From History to Fiction - Dennis H Green Welsh Tradition in Calais: Elis Gruffydd and his Biography of King Arthur - Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan The Ambiguous Fortunes of Arthur: The Lancelot-Grail and Beyond - Norris J. Lacy Changing the Equation: The Impact of Tristan-Love on Arthur's Court in the Prose Tristan and La Tavola Ritonda - Joan Tasker Grimbert Illustration and the Fortunes of Arthur - Alison Stones The Fortunes of Arthur in the Later German Romances - Neil E. Thomas The Knight and the Parrot: Writing the Quest at the End of the Middle Ages - Jane H. M. Taylor Reconsidering Malory - Caroline Eckhardt `The Old Order Changeth': King Arthur in the Modern World - Alan Lupack
JANE H.M. TAYLOR is Emeritus Professor of French at Durham University.
Enlarges the champ de travail of matters Arthurian for French
specialists and is an excellent addition to the Arthurian Studies
series. * THE FRENCH REVIEW *
A varied collection, but one which responds to the dual perspective of the volume's title, and which yields many rewarding insights. * FRENCH STUDIES *
The contributors are major scholars who write well and whose essays offer significant contributions. * ARTHURIANA *