Malory's Anatomy Of Chivalry: Characterization In The Morte Darthur by Paul RovangMalory's Anatomy Of Chivalry: Characterization In The Morte Darthur by Paul Rovang

Malory's Anatomy Of Chivalry: Characterization In The Morte Darthur

byPaul Rovang

Paperback | May 27, 2016

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This book examines sixteen key figures in the Morte Darthur providing insight into each as an exemplar of chivalric values presented by the author to his own troubled times. The focus of each chapter on individual characters makes the book not only an integrated thematic overview, but also a useful reference for the focused study of particular Arthurian rulers, knights, and ladies.
Paul Rovang is professor of English at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.
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Title:Malory's Anatomy Of Chivalry: Characterization In The Morte DarthurFormat:PaperbackDimensions:242 pages, 8.93 × 5.9 × 0.63 inPublished:May 27, 2016Publisher:Fairleigh Dickinson University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1611477808

ISBN - 13:9781611477801

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Table of Contents

Introduction Part I: Exemplars of KingshipChapter 1: Arthur Chapter 2: Mark Part II: Exemplars of KnighthoodFamous KnightsChapter 3: Gawain Chapter 4: Lancelot Chapter 5: Tristram Unassuming KnightsChapter 6: Galahad and Perceval Chapter 7: Gareth Critical KnightsChapter 8: Kay Chapter 9: Dinadan Chapter 10: Mordred A Saracen KnightChapter 11: Palomides Part III: Exemplars of WomanhoodChapter 12: Guinevere Chapter 13: Isolde Chapter 14: Morgan le Faye Chapter 15: The Lady of the Lake Epilogue Works CitedAbout the Author

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In Malory's Anatomy of Chivalry: Characterization in the Morte Darthur, Paul R. Rovang provides an illuminating and useful study of sixteen characters in the Morte Darthur. . . .This broad focus, concentrating on less well-known characters, male and female, alongside the principal Arthurian figures, is a strength of this study. . . .[T]hroughout he makes use of well-chosen examples and quotations and offers some excellent close readings of his materials. . . .In Malory's Anatomy of Chivalry, Rovang has.produced an engaging, well-written, and thought-provoking study, which will be of value to both experienced and first-time readers of the Morte Darthur.