Publisher: University of Wales Press; 2nd ed. edition (February 15, 2012)
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From the 12th century on, the legends of King Arthur and his knights unfold throughout Europe, leading to quite a lot of variations and sometimes thoroughly new tales. crucial to this growth have been the Germans and the Dutch, either one of whom contributed works of exceptional caliber. This edited assortment surveys German and Dutch Arthurian literature, all of the whereas documenting how the legends have been changed as they got here into touch with northern and primary eu traditions. The Arthur of the Germans will attract scholars and students of medieval literature and someone drawn to Arthurian, Tristan, and Grail legends.