The Symbolic Meaning Of The Story Of King Arthur As Illustrated And Described In King Arthur's Hall, Tintagel, England

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010251: Boards now protected by a new Brodart Archival Mylar Cover. Book is undated but believe it was published about 1920-1930. Binding is brown paper spine and covers with black printing and many emblems on front, including drawing of knight, two swords, dragon/cross and cup. Includes 26 Black & White plates (photographs and drawings) plus a frontispiece of a photograph showing "The remains of the ancient castle on the island at Tintagel where King Arthur was born". Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (except for light creasing along edges of front cover). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. "The great work of Malory, LE MORTE d'ARTHUR, has been taken as the principal authority in this connection; it is the most complete, containing as it does some reference to practically every matter connected with the subject. It was presumably written to call attention to the moral lessons to be learnt by the study of the actions of the Knights." Content Chapters include: Part I. King Arthur (11 Chapters) * Part II. Sir Galahad (9 Chapters) * Part III. Sir Launcelot (10 Chapters) * Part IV. The Chapels * Part V. The Story of Sir Launcelot and the Lily Maid of Astolat * Part VI. The Story of Sir Tristram and Iseult. : B&W Photographs: 8.5 x 6 in.: 124 pages

Title: The Symbolic Meaning Of The Story Of King Arthur As Illustrated And Described In King Arthur's Hall, Tintagel, England

Author Name: (No Author Listed)

Categories: Books, Medieval,

Edition: First Edition: First Printing

Publisher: Tintagel, England, Trevena House: 1920

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Store ID: 010251

Keywords: England History Camelot