3 edition of critical bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian material found in the catalog.
critical bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian material
Harvey L Sharrer
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vii Preface This book collects together the academic and popular articles which have appeared on my ‘Arthurian Resources’ website – – since * It has been created in response to requests from readers for a print version of the site, in order to . As John Aberth pointed out, "There are more books about Arthurian films than perhaps about any other medieval film genre." This still holds true today and the same goes for articles. This is arguably where the field of cinematic medievalism go its start. While there are some Arthurian aspects mentioned in the larger Medievalism on.
Arthurian Resources at Hanover. An Annotated Bibliography Compiled by Miranda Bailey (), Edited by Paul Battles. Last updated Fall 1. Reference. Helterman, Jeffrey, and Jerome Mitchell, eds., Old and Middle English Literature. Dictionary of Literary Biography The critical bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian material, shortly to be published by Harvey L. Sharrer, should also have a salutary effect. Even in the situation discussed above, the lack of any ed. of Josep has been a particularly noticeable gap, and the availability of small sections in .
Bibliography: Arthurian Literature Arthurian and Grail Sources. There are hundreds of works on the Arthurian legend in many different languages, such as Welsh, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Scandinavian (and maybe in some more languages that I have not come across). The main sources in Timeless Myths is French. In Approaches to Teaching the Arthurian Tradition, instructors who have taught Arthurian material in contexts from high school to graduate school draw on their experience to address a range of challenges: Where does one begin a course that embraces the most important continuous tradition of British literary history?Which works from which periods and countries should one include?
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Critical bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian material. London: Grant & Cutler, (OCoLC) Online version: Sharrer, Harvey L. Critical bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian material. London: Grant & Cutler, (OCoLC) Named Person: Arthur, King; Arthur, King.
Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harvey L Sharrer. Add tags for "A critical bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian material. 1, Texts, the prose romance cycles". Be the first. A Critical Bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian Material ; January 55 pages x cm Research Bibliographies and Checklists ISBN: Format: Paperback BIC GBCR, 1DSE, 2AB, 3H BISAC REF RECOMMEND TO LIBRARY; COURSE ADOPTION; MEDIA ENQUIRIES A Critical Bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian Material.
A Bibliography of Critical Arthurian Literature for the Years New York: The Modern Language Association, Parry, John J.
and Margaret Schlauch. A Bibliography of Critical Arthurian Literature for the Years New York: The Modern Language Association, Reiss, Edmund, Louis Horner Reiss and Beverly Taylor. Though we think of King Arthur as archetypically British, the spread of the Arthurian legends was international, extending, among other places, to the Iberian Peninsula, where they had a deep influence and inspired such literary works as the chivalric romances parodied by Cervantes in Don Quixote.
Iberia was also the conduit through which these legends travelled to the Americas. The Arthur of. King Arthur is perhaps the central figure of the medieval world, and the lore of Camelot has captivated literary imaginations from the Middle Ages to the present.
Included in this volume are extended entries on more than 30 writers who incorporate Arthurian legend in their works. Arranged chronologically, the entries trace the pervasive influence of Arthurian lore on world literature across time.
It offers both historical facts and key discussions on Arthurian subjects, from post-Roman Britain to the most recent novels and films. There is a lengthy glossary of Arthurian characters, motifs, and places, a chronology of major historical and literary items, a guide to pronunciation, and a full s: 2.
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Bulletin of Hispanic Studies > List of Issues > Vol Issue 4. This bibliography has been compiled as a research aid for scholars interested, as is our working group, in assessing the state of Iberian/peninsular studies today, and in engaging in research across Iberian languages and literary-cultural traditions.
We will update it approximately once every six months. Please feel free to email suggested texts for the second. A Critical Bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian Material: Texts V.
1 (Research Bibliographies & Checklists) Sharrer, Harvey L. Bookseller: double - B - books (Bristol, United Kingdom) Seller Rating. Which inspired Chrétien de Troyes who was the first to write stories specifically about the arthurian legends.
Parzival and Lanzelet were written around the same period. Robert de Boron then wrote three books (Joseph d’Arimathie, Merlin, Perceval) that you can find in Merlin and the Grail: The Trilogy of Arthurian Prose Romances. He is the. A wide range of Arthurian material is discussed here, reflecting its diversity, and enduring vitality.
Geoffrey of Monmouth's best-selling Historia regum Britannie is discussed in the context of Geoffrey's reception in Wales and the relationship between Latin and Welsh literary culture.
Two essays deal with the Middle English Ywain and Gawain: the first offers a comparative study of the Middle. Relatively straightforward adaptations of the legends, reconstructed history, or modern Arthurian material. Parsifal () The Adventures of Sir Galahad (serial, ) Knights of the Round Table () based on Le Morte d'Arthur by Thomas Malory, with Robert Taylor as Lancelot, Ava Gardner as Guinevere, and Mel Ferrer in the role of Arthur.
The New Arthurian Encyclopedia Norris J. Lacy, Geoffrey Ashe, Sandra Ness Ihle, Marianne E. Kalinke, Raymond H. Thompson No preview available - Common terms and phrases. Harvey Sharrer is Author of A Critical Bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian Material, I: Texts: The Prose Romance Cycles (London: Grant & Cutler, ); The Legendary History of Britain in Lope García de Salazar's Libro de las bienandanzas e fortunas (University of Pennsylvania Press, ); editor with Frederick G.
Williams of Studies on Jorge. A Critical Bibliography of Hispanic Arthurian Material. London: Grant and Cutler, London: Grant and Cutler, Click here for more bibliography, provided as a joint venture of Arthuriana and The Camelot Project. Considered in this bibliography are medieval romances in Welsh, French, German, English, Norse, Dutch, Hispanic, Italian, and Latin.
General Overviews A number of volumes, some more technical than others, present elements of the Arthurian legend to students, general readers, and scholars in other fields.
Books shelved as arthurian-literature: Le Morte d'Arthur: King Arthur and the Legends of the Round Table by Thomas Malory, Arthurian Romances by Chrétien. It is contended that by analysing the entire body of early Arthurian material, rather than just those sources which refer to a supposedly ‘historical Arthur’, significant advances are possible in our understanding of this legend.
For further details and reviews of Concepts of Arthur, follow the link. [Further Details/Buy Book].Arthurian Literature is an annual volume of articles on the legends of Arthur and the knights of the Round Table.
The range of the material covered is wide, from editions and translations of hitherto unknown medieval manuscripts and exploration of heraldic emblems to examination of the photographic illustrations of Tennyson's Morte Darthur and discussion of representations of the legends in.This special interest is reflected by the contributors to this volume, but a wide variety of other Arthurian and associated material is also covered in the twenty-seven studies.
The chapters range over the whole field of Arthurian vernacular texts and include new studies of early French and German texts as well as an analysis of the impact of.