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Arthur the King e-book

Author:

Graeme Fife

Language:

English

Category:

History

Subcategory:

Europe

ePub size:

1191 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

BBC Books; 1st Edition edition (November 8, 1990)

Pages:

192

ISBN:

0563215100

Arthur the King e-book

by Graeme Fife


Fife discusses courtly love, medieval religion, chivalry, the quest for the Holy Grail, and heraldry with erudition and verve.

Fife discusses courtly love, medieval religion, chivalry, the quest for the Holy Grail, and heraldry with erudition and verve. The text is jam-packed with information, and there are plenty of photographs and colorful illustrations to enliven it, as well as a plethora of appropriate quotes.

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Arthur the King book. The book traces the elevation of this obscure British chieftain into the embodiment of chivalric nobility and assesses the effects of the legend on British culture. The book accompanies a 7-part radio series.

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Graeme Fife is a prolific English writer, playwright and broadcaster. His first career was as a schoolmaster and university lecturer. Head of Classics for one year at a school in Lancashire. Head of Classics at Gresham's School, Holt, from 1970 to 1978. Lecturer in Greek and Roman literature, University of Reading. Polly Polestar (Ginn & C. 1989).

Graeme Fife's engrossing narrative captures the perverted idealism that fuelled the Terror and vividly portrays the .

Graeme Fife's engrossing narrative captures the perverted idealism that fuelled the Terror and vividly portrays the atmosphere of fear, panic, suspicion, and betrayal that gripped the populace. Yorkshire Evening Post (UK). He is the author of eight books, including Arthur the King: A Study of Mediaeval Legend in its Social, Historical and Literary Context (also published in United States of America) and two studies of professional cycle racing, Tour de France: The History, the Legend, the Riders and Inside the Peloton: Riding, Winning and Losing the Tour de France (also translated into Dutch).

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The King Arthur Trilogy: The Backstory. Rosemary Sutcliff was born in a blizzard on 14 December 1920. She wrote many children’s books, especially historical fiction and retellings of myths and legends. And the boy listened; and when it was told, he said, ‘And so my blood is to be shed that your tower may stand.

The identity of King Arthur is sought in archaeological and literary evidence. The book traces the elevation of this obscure British chieftain into the embodiment of chivalric nobility and assesses the effects of the legend on British culture. The book accompanies a 7-part radio series.

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