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D a literal understanding of the myth of King Arthur's return to the Brittonic Celts whilst adopting for themselves a in Early Plantagenet eBook figurative and typological interpretation of the myth A central figure in this work is Arthur of Brittany who for than a generation was the focus of Arthurian hopes and their disappointment Christopher Michael Berard is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English at Providence College He completed his PhD at the University of Toronto's Centre for Medieval Studies

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Arthurianism in Early Plantagenet EnglandOnarchs and magnates sought to recreate an Arthurian golden age that was as wondrous as the biblical and classical worlds but less remote Arthurianism the practice of invoking and emulating the legendary Arthur of Arthurianism in MOBI post Roman Britain was thus an instance of medieval medievalism This book provides a comprehensive history of the first years of Arthurianism from its beginnings under Henry II of England to a highpoint under Edward I It contends that the Plantagenet kings of England mockingly ascribe