Table of contents for The story of King Arthur and his knights / retold from the original story by Howard Pyle ; abridged by Tania Zamorsky ; illustrated by Dan Andreasen ; afterword by Arthur Pober.

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Part One: The Winning of the Kinghood
Chapter One: 	How Sir Kay Fought at London Town, Broke His Sword, and Was Given 
a New Sword by Arthur
Chapter Two: 	How Arthur Performed the Miracle of the Sword and Discovered his 
Part Two: The Winning of a Sword
Chapter One: 	How a Wounded Knight Appeared at King Arthur's Court, How Griflet 
Tried to Help, and How The King Was Sorely Wounded When He Sought 
to Avenge Them Both
Chapter Two: 	How Merlin Brought Arthur Safe Away From the Field of Battle, How the 
King Found a Noble Sword, and How He Again Fought With it and Won 
That Battle
Part Three: The Winning of a Queen
Chapter One: 	How Arthur Went to Cameliard and Disguised Himself For A Certain Purpose and How He Fought with the Duke of North Umber
Chapter Two: How Arthur Encountered Four Knights in the Forest and How the Knights Served Lady Guinevere
Chapter Three: How King Arthur Overcame King Leodegrance's Enemies, and 
 Proclaimed His Own Royalty
Part One: The Story of Merlin 
Chapter One: 	How Queen Morgana Planned Evil Against Arthur, and Sent a Young Girl 
to Seduce the Enchanter, Merlin, and How Vivien Planned Merlin's 
Chapter Two: 	How Queen Morgana le Fay Returned to Camelot and to the Court With 
Intent to Harm King Arthur and What Happened to Sir Accalon
Part Two: The Story of Pellias
Chapter One: 	How Sir Pellias Took Up a Quest on Queen Guinevere's Behalf
Chapter Two: 	How Sir Pellias Overcame a Red Knight And Did Battle With Sir 
Chapter Three: How Guinevere Quarreled With Sir Gawaine, and Left Court For a Little 
Chapter Four:	How Sir Gawaine Met Sir Pellias and How He Promised to Aid Him With 
the Lady Ettard
Chapter Five:	How the Lady of the Lake Took Back Her Necklace From Sir Pellias
Part Three: The Story of Gawaine
Chapter One: 	How a White Deer Appeared Before King Arthur, How Sir Gawaine and 
Gaheris, His Brother, Went After It, and What Happened to Them on That Quest
Chapter Two:	How King Arthur Became Lost in the Forest, and Found Adventure in a 
Chapter Three: How King Arthur Overcame the Knight-Enchanter, and How Sir Gawaine 
Finally Became a Noble Knight

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Arthurian romances -- Adaptations.
Arthur, King -- Legends.
Knights and knighthood -- Folklore.
Folklore -- England.