Table of contents for King Arthur / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.


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Contents
The Analysis of Character
	Harold Bloom
Editor?s Note
Introduction
	Harold Bloom
From Malory to Tennyson: Spiritual Triumph to Spiritual Defeat
	Celia Morris
Malory?s Treatment of the Legend of Arthur?s Survival
	Stephen F. Lappert
Malory?s Arthur and the Plot of Agravain
	John Michael Walsh
The Female King: Tennyson?s Arthurian Apocalypse
	Elliot L. Gilbert
Tennyson and the Passing of Arthur
	John D. Rosenberg
The Image of Arthur and the Idea of King
	Mark Allen
Evidence Against Lancelot and Guinevere in Malory?s Morte Darthur: Treason by Imagination
        E. Kay Harris
The Origins of the Arthurian Legend
	Geoffrey Ashe
Following Malory Out of Arthur?s World
	Joseph D. Parry
The Darkly Chronicled King: An Interpretation of the Negative Side of Arthur in   
Tennyson?s King Arthur and the Violence of Manliness
	Clinton Machann
The Once and Future King: The Book That Grows Up
	Alan Lupack
Character Profile
Works about King Arthur
Contributors
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Arthurian romances Adaptations History and criticism, Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892, Idylls of the king, Malory, Thomas, Sir, 15th cent, Morte d'Arthur, Arthurian romances History and criticism, English literature History and criticism, Knights and knighthood in literature, Kings and rulers in literature, Britons in literature, Arthur, King