To me, methought, who waited with a crowd,
There came a bark that, blowing forward, bore
King Arthur, like a modern gentleman
Of stateliest port; and all the people cried,
"Arthur is come again: he cannot die."

"Morte d'Arthur" (1842)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Arthuriana 23.2 for Summer 2013

Arthuriana 23.2 (Summer 2013)

II. Merlin

The Arthurian Opera by Isaac Albéniz and Francis Money-Coutts (1852–1923): Libretto Translation Theories Applied to Merlin  
Juan Miguel Zarandona

La fin de Merlin dans la Suite du Roman de Merlin, son adaptation espagnole, le Baladro del sabio Merlin, et trois romans de chevalerie espagnols
Rosalba Lendo

The Devil’s in the Detail: Translating Merlin’s Father from the Merlin en Prose in Paulino Pieri’s Storia di Merlino
Laura J. Campbell

Ruled by Merlin: Mirrors for Princes, Counseling Patterns and Malory’s ‘Tale of King Arthur’
Louise Boyle

David Clark and Kate McClune, eds., Arthurian Literature XXVIII, Blood, Sex, Malory: Essays on the Morte Darthur
Kenneth Hodges
Karl Fugelso, ed., Studies in Medievalism XXI: Corporate Medievalism II
Roberta Davidson
Laurent Guyénot, La Lance qui saigne: Métatextes et hypertextes du ‘Conte de Graal’ de Chrétien de Troyes
Ann McCollough
Sharon Kinoshita and Peggy McCracken, Marie de France: A Critical Companion
Matthieu Boyd

David Lang, love fail
Joan Tasker Grimbert
Nicholas Perkins and Alison Wiggins, The Romance of the Middle Ages
Robert Rouse
Carol L. Robinson and Pamela Clements, eds., Neomedievalism in the Media: Essays on Film, Television, and Electronic Games
Nickolas Haydock
Nicole D. Smith, Sartorial Strategies: Outfitting Aristocrats and Fashioning Conduct in Late Medieval England
E. Jane Burns

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