[E–pub] Le Morte d'Arthur AUTHOR Thomas Malory


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    Thomas Malory Ì 4 characters Read Ç PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Thomas Malory [E–pub] Le Morte d'Arthur AUTHOR Thomas Malory The ultimate piece of Arthurian legend? PerhapsIt took me a uarter of a century as a passionate lover of mythology and fantasy to read Le Morte d'Arthur and in the end I only did so because I've started regularly encountering and listening to people who know much about Arthurian literature than I do Sadly the academic approach lead me to get little enjoyment out of this I'm sure it's great but I couldn't enj

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    Read Le Morte d'Arthur [E–pub] Le Morte d'Arthur AUTHOR Thomas Malory I read this book as part of a reading project I have undertaken with some other nerdy friends in which we read The Novel A Biography and some of the other texts referenced by SchmidtThis book reads like some jag off had some time to kill in prison and was just putting words down on paper to keep himself from being super boredOh waitSo no one really knows who Thomas Malory was apparently which is a story in and of itself much int

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    [E–pub] Le Morte d'Arthur AUTHOR Thomas Malory Thomas Malory Ì 4 characters This text isn't the original one but a short version adapted for English learners In my opinion the editors of this book have summarized the original text too much and there are still passages of the text that are too slow

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Le Morte d'Arthur

Thomas Malory Ì 4 characters Read Ç PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Thomas Malory Le Morte d'Arthur Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook The present text supersedes and largely displaces for students of the Arthurian legends Caxton's Le Mort D'Arthur In this second edition in the Oxford Standard Author's series the text reproduces that in Professor Vinaver's revised three volume Oxford English Texts edition Clarendon Press 1967 omitting the full length introduction and the detailed critical apparatus This single volume con. I just recently finished reading Le Morte d Arthur and it was an interesting experience It defies categorization Not a novel not an epic poem not exactly a collection of myths than a collection of folk stories certainly a product of a Christian imagination but very earthy Repetitive but after I got into the rhythm of it not boring Once you submit your prejudices to the vision of the author you become able to enter into this strange world of kings knights ladies wars and tournaments When we do we discover that Arthur and his court represent an ideal For Malory and his audience a true king was noble at all times and able to marshall his forces in service of the good A true knight trusted God to uphold his cause in the test of arms A true lady was virtuous and worthy of being defended at all costs There is much in these ideals that is noteworthy and we look down our nose at these ideas at our own peril I thinkThere is a rhythm a pattern in how the tales of King Arthur and his knights are told There is always a uest in need of a knight a lady in need of a champion and a knight in need of proving his mettle He will do so in the only way available to him at that time through jousts and combat at arms with other errant knights he meets on his way Courts juries and judges are few and far between so wrongs can only be righted by a gentle knight who will prove with his puissance that his cause is just Again when you sit back and accept that this is the pattern Malory used the tales are enjoyable even though we know the formula and can predict with ease what is going to happen Morte d Arthur though is than jousts and hunts Digging beneath the surface the reader discovers that the stories are filled with symbols and metaphors that show that Malory was telling than stories of jousting knights The legends of King Arthur are filled with Biblical allusions Arthur the once and future king is a type of Christ HIs knights bear resemblances to many of the apostles Gawain is Peter Modred is Judas and so on Even hunting excursions mean than just a hunt A white hart sometimes symbolizes Christ Himself and the hunt becomes a pursuit of salvation But Malory was no mere idealist King Arthur and his knights and ladies are deeply flawed Sir Tristram and ueen Iseult indulge in an adulterous relationship for years under the protection of Lancelot Lancelot himself uses his skill in battle to prove the innocence of himself and Guenevere something few believe and even the king doubts Gawain s impetuous nature is as much to blame for the fall of Camelot as Modred s treason And in the uest for the holy Grail the knights of the round table are all held accountable for their manifold sins The uest for the Grail came as a surprise to me I always thought that the goal of the uest was to obtain the cup and give it to the king and it is often presented in this manner Malory though saw it differently The uest for the Grail was a uest for the beatific vision to be admitted into the presence of Christ while still on Earth This is the reason it could only be accomplished by one who was as sinless as Galahad This is also the reason that so many of the knights die in this uest In their pride they pursued the Grail as an object to be possessed and manipulated They embark on the uest unworthy of the uest itself let alone the Grail Half of them will pay for this affront with their livesAnother surprise for me was the way in which Le Morte made it clear that Arthur Camelot and Logres are inextricably connected The life of each follows the same arc Camelot and Logres only begin to enjoy their greatness when Arthur becomes king They grow and age with him and his fate is their fate As he waxes in strength wisdom and goodness so do they They are at their height when he is at his and when he falters and fails they must also fall The death of King Arthur is the death of his court and all that it stood for when at its best The hope that he will return is the hope that true nobility true chivalry has not died but only slumbers to awaken at need Le Morte is written in almost a perfunctory fashion There is not much beauty to its prose But the story itself is beautiful enough in its promise and tragedy to ameliorate any defect of techniue It is the font from which nearly all of our Arthurian stories springs There is not a single book poem play or movie about kings knights and wizards that does not owe a certain debt to Le Morte There is much to reward the reader today who is willing to let Malory tell his tale his way I encourage you to do so

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Thomas Malory Ì 4 characters Read Ç PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Thomas Malory Le Morte d'Arthur Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Tains the full text with a brief introduction a revised and somewhat shortened glossary and a few pages of essential notes The basis of the text is still the uniue fifteenth century manuscript found in 1934 in the Fellows' Library of Winchester CollegeThe Winchester text is not merely much closer than Caxton's to what Malory actually wrote but it also establishes that Caxton freely edited. It happened one Pentecost when King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table had all assembled at the castle of Kynke Kenadonne and were waiting as was customary for some unusual event to occur before settling down to the feast that Sir Gawain saw through the window three gentlemen riding toward the castle accompanied by a dwarf I fully expected to dislike this book The prospect of five hundred pages of jousting knights struck me as endlessly tedious and I only opened the book out of a sense of respect for its status as a classic But immediately I found myself entranced This is a thoroughly engrossing read And I should not have been surprised since it delves so heartily into the two staples of popular entertainment sex and violence Indeed one of the most amusing aspects of this book is how completely out of harmony is the chivalric code with the Christian religion the characters do nothing but mate and slaughter while the name of Jesu is on everybody s lipsSir Thomas Malory assembled Le Morte d Arthur out of several pre existing legends some of which he translated from French manuscripts with a few stories of his invention thrown in His major innovation was to arrange these traditional tales into a semi coherent order beginning with Arthur s ascension to the throne and ending with his death at the hands of his son The result is a patchwork of stories nested within stories all told at a pace which to a modern reader can seem ludicrous Major developments occur on every page one after the other in a staccato rhythm which can make the stories appear bluntly humorous even if it was not Malory s intentionThe world depicted in these pages is so frankly unreal the level of violence so constant and gratuitous that its final impression is that of a cartoon They fought once and Sir Tristram killed his opponent Then running over to his son he swiftly beheaded him too Daily life is entirely hidden from view There are no peasants no merchants no artisans there are no friends or happy families There are only uesting knights heavily armed men who are obsessed with challenging one another And though they profess a knightly code of conduct even the most chivalrous of knights are seen to be unscrupulous murderers and with few exceptions unrepentant adulterers The hero of this book Sir Launcelot feels very few pangs of guilt for continuously sleeping with his liege s wife Gwynevere and he is the best of knightsBut the characters are so flat their actions so stereotyped their lives so monotonously dramatic that I found it impossible to view them as moral actors praiseworthy or damnable They are rather centers of this bizarre world that Malory constructs And it certainly is an exciting place Monsters magicians enchantresses prophesies curses visions and of course endless combat and manic love the small isle of Britain can hardly contain it all Sure there are parts of the book that drag particularly during the tournaments Malory s descriptions of combat are heavily stylized consisting of the same basic elements over and over again and as in the Iliad large engagements are pictured as a series of individual contests between heroic foes But for the most part Malory combines his traditional motifs together dexterously enlivening larger stories with innumerable episodes creating a raucous forward momentumAs a result of all this I greatly enjoyed Le Morte d Arthur even if it was not for the reasons that Malory intended I found the book delightfully absurd almost parody of itself a sort of whimsical fantasy novel What Malory hoped to convey with these stories whether they are supposed to represent a model of heroism an ironic comment on violence or a response to the Wars of the Roses I cannot say but his book is better than any television show I know Horrid Henry and the Football Fiend the full Howard L. 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Thomas Malory Ì 4 characters Read Ç PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Thomas Malory Le Morte d'Arthur Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook And recast Malory's work For the general readr this is a much livelier book and its fifteenth century English presents very few difficulties The reader's eye uickly becomes accustomed to the old spellings which could not be modernized without destroying much of the essential period uality of this great early masterpiece of English literatureThe wood engraving on the jacket is by Roy Morg. I read this book as part of a reading project I have undertaken with some other nerdy friends in which we read The Novel A Biography and some of the other texts referenced by SchmidtThis book reads like some jag off had some time to kill in prison and was just putting words down on paper to keep himself from being super boredOh waitSo no one really knows who Thomas Malory was apparently which is a story in and of itself much interesting than this collection of loosely connected thoughts Consensus is that Malory was probably this one guy who did a bunch of bad things and spent a lot of time in jail so I m also going to go with that idea because I can t be bothered to think about this much than I already have Point is apparently in the 15th century the name Thomas Malory was sort of like John Smith without the benefit of Facebook or Google to narrow things down so what we know about Malory may actually be a composite of a bunch of other Thomas Malories running around at the time Again whateverThen this other guy William Caxton came along and broke this behemoth into various Books inside and published the whole thing after Malory died So that happenedI don t really know who to blame overall but this book is crazy boring I wanted to enjoy it so much and believe me early language doesn t normally bother me But this was such a drag Each sentence started either with the word Then or And so it was paraphrasing here as well as modernizing all And then Launcelot said Yo Then King Arthur fell off his horse And then damosels Y know pretty much like that for 938 pages as though written by a child with no expressive vocabulary The chapters are short thank GOD so if you give yourself some time you can breeze through uite a few at once unless you become so bored you forget what day it is and your eyes begin to bleed The Books themselves that Caxton created were much longer at times or once in a while super short I guess just to fuck with usMy boyfriend had this argument going for the four months I read this book about how can t be boring since Malory just took information from all those French people who wrote about this stuff first and that might be true except you know how there s always that one person who comes into a fun conversation and sucks the fun right out of the room Like every single time I think Malory was that guy Everyone would be standing around the 15th century version of a water cooler shooting the shit and whatnot and here comes Sir Malory to I don t know rape someone and it s all Man who invited TommyI give this book two stars not because I actually enjoyed much of it though the bit about Launcelot getting shot in the ass with an arrow amused me enough to read that section a few times shut up he had it coming but because I can appreciate the importance of it in the realm of literature etc etc Oh and it aches me to say that The first book I read for this project of mine was The Travels of Sir John Mandeville which was published in the 14th century and I have to say that store was much rich than this one was Which is crazy right Because we all know about King Arthur and Camelot and the knights of the Round Table and it should all be dashing and exciting For fuck s sake there was nothing dashing or exciting about it by Malory s account But it s one step towards the modern novel as we know it and love it today so huzzah for that Hence the second star The second star may also symbolize just how fucking happy I am to be done reading itAlso Malory didn t even tell the story right I mean how do you leave out the most important scene in Arthurian historySeriouslyBut yes let s talk about one joust because those weren t represented nearly enough in this story Again keep in mind it s just talking about Malory was not about show not tell back then clearlyNext up The Countess of Pembroke s Arcadia Sir Philip SidneyActually I just realized I also intended to read Utopia Thomas More for the second chapter in Schmidt s book So I will head that direction before hitting Sidney