Where did the Arthurian legends originate, and how did they become known to English readers?
"English Literature" by William J. Long
The same thing is true of the Arthurian Legend and the story of the Holy Grail.
"The Glories of Ireland" by Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
PARSIFAL, the hero of the legend of the HOLY GRAIL (q. v.), and identified with GALAHAD (q. v.) in the Arthurian legend.
"The Nuttall Encyclopaedia" by Edited by Rev. James Wood
Attractions of the Arthurian Legend.
"The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory" by George Saintsbury
What three successive attempts did Tennyson make with the Arthurian legends?
"Teachers' Outlines for Studies in English" by Gilbert Sykes Blakely
Malmesbury, William of, 64, 100 ff., 107, on Arthurian legends, 131 ff., 166, 199.
"A Literary History of the English People" by Jean Jules Jusserand
It is the same as Welsh Evan, and the Yvain of the Arthurian legends, and has given us Ives, Ivison, Ivatts, etc.
"The Romance of Names" by Ernest Weekley
The Arthurian version of the story does not, of course, represent Vivien as does the old Breton legend.
"Legends & Romances of Brittany" by Lewis Spence
They too, like the knights of Arthurian legend, had conquered the flesh for an ideal.
"The Bright Shawl" by Joseph Hergesheimer
Rhys Carpenter, one of the youngest American writers, has "The Tragedy of Etarre," founded on the Arthurian legend.
"The Complete Club Book for Women" by Caroline French Benton
'Merlin' star Colin Morgan, Arthurian legend nerd.
The best movie ever made on the Arthurian legends.
"Camelot" has been slayed at Starz, but the Arthurian legend isn't dead to American TV audiences.
Fans of the Arthurian legend should feel better about this news after Starz canceled its series, Camelot.
These three books make up the author's Young Merlin trilogy, imagining the childhood and coming-of-age of the famous wizard of Arthurian legend.
The Arthurian legend has been fertile territory for entertainment, inspiring adaptations everywhere from Broadway to Disney.
In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.