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Le Morte d’Arthur
Thomas Malory

Le Morte d’Arthur is not actually one long epic about the life and death of King Arthur, but rather a collection of stories of the knights of the Round Table fused by Malory into a somewhat coherent tale…

Le Farce d’Arthur, Part VI

At the point in the book I’ve reached, the plot has shifted to the quest for the Sangreal, which, interesting […]

Le Farce d’Arthur, Part V

My emphasis: Then Joseph bled sore at the nose, so that he might by no mean be staunched. And there […]

Le Farce d’Arthur, Part IV

I promise you: I am not making this up. So Tristram falls in love with La Beale Isoud who loves […]

Le Farce d’Arthur, Part III

I swear, this book just keeps doing it… So this time, Tristram (who [and get ready; this is going to […]

Le Farce d’Arthur, Part II

I’ve just finished Book VII of Le Morte d’Arthur, and there is much to tell. Book VII concerns the adventures […]

Le Farce d’Arthur, Part I

As few of you know, I’m currently reading Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur. Everyone’s heard of it, of course, […]