Thomas Bulfinch > The Age of Fable > Vol. III: The Age of Chivalry
Arthur
King Arthur
Chivalry … framed an ideal of the heroic character, combining invincible strength and valor, justice, modesty, loyalty to superiors, courtesy to equals, compassion to weakness, and devotedness to the Church.—Introduction
Thomas
Bulfinch


The Age of Fable
The Age of Chivalry
 
Thomas Bulfinch
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
NEW EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED
VOLUME III


NEW YORK: REVIEW OF REVIEWS, 1913.
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000



King Arthur and His Knights
  1. Introduction
  2. The Mythical History of England
  3. Merlin
  4. Arthur
  5. Arthur (Continued)
  6. Sir Gawain
  7. Caradoc Briefbras; or, Caradoc with the Shrunken Arm
  8. Launcelot of the Lake
  9. The Adventure of the Cart
  10. The Lady of Shalott
  11. Queen Guenever’s Peril
  12. Tristram and Isoude
  13. Tristram and Isoude (Continued)
  14. Sir Tristram’s Battle with Sir Launcelot
  15. The Round Table
  16. Sir Palamedes
  17. Sir Tristram
  18. Perceval
  19. The Sangreal, or Holy Graal
  20. The Sangreal (Continued)
  21. The Sangreal (Continued)
  22. Sir Agrivain’s Treason
  23. Morte d’Arthur

The Mabinogeon

Introductory Note
  1. The Britons
  2. The Lady of the Fountain
  3. The Lady of the Fountain (Continued)
  4. The Lady of the Fountain (Continued)
  5. Geraint, the Son of Erbin
  6. Geraint, the Son of Erbin (Continued)
  7. Geraint, the Son of Erbin (Continued)
  8. Pwyll, Prince of Dyved
  9. Branwen, the Daughter of Llyr
  10. Manawyddan
  11. Kilwich and Olwen
  12. Kilwich and Olwen (Continued)
  13. Taliesin

Hero Myths of the British Race
  1. Beowulf
  2. Cuchulain, Champion of Ireland
  3. Hereward the Wake
  4. Robin Hood
 
 
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