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Tales of King Arthur and the Round Table - Gigantic Little Stories for In Between

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The Tales of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table are of Celtic origin. It is believed that King Arthur lived in the sixth century, just after the Romans withdrew from Britain. Minstrels and storytellers travelled through the land in the centuries after this, telling tales of chivalry and heroism, and the legends of King Arthur grew up across Britain and parts of Europe.
Andrew Lang's collection of Arthurian legends is one of the most complete and comprehensive ever written and is more accessible than most. He has drawn extensively on the "Historia Britonum", which was used by Geoffrey of Monmouth, as well as Thomas Malory's "Morte d'Arthur" and a number of stories of the Holy Grail which are of French origin.
The Drawing of the Sword
The Sword Excalibur
How the Round Table Began
The Story of Sir Balin
What Beaumains Asked of the King
How Morgan Le Fay Tried to Kill King Arthur
The Passing of Merlin
How the King Went on a Pilgrimage
The Coming of the Holy Grail
The Adventure of Sir Galahad
How Sir Lancelot Saw a Vision
The Adventure of Sir Percivale
An Adventure of Sir Lancelot
An Adventure of Sir Gawaine
The Adventure of Sir Bors
An Adventure of Sir Galahad
Sir Lancelot Meets Sir Galahad
How Sir Galahad Found the Grail
The Fight for the Queen
The Fair Maid of Astolat
Lancelot and Guinevere
The End of it All
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