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    • Characterizing action : Sir Thomas Malory's development of character in Le Morte Darthur. 

      Keys, Amanda Leigh. (2009-08-25)
      Sir Thomas Malory too often is considered to be a redactor of other tellings of the Arthuriad, uninterested in developing characters and overly invested in narrating action scenes in Le Morte Darthur. This thesis brings ...
    • E-textuality, e-medieval, e-Malory : the rebirth of Le morte d'Arthur on the web. 

      Brown, Karen Grace. (2008-10-14)
      Until recently, traditional textual criticism has been unable to account for the rich historical and literary contexts surrounding medieval textual culture, especially the culture of Sir Thomas Malory’s Morte d'Arthur. ...
    • The flawed ideal : justice and injustice in Malory's Morte Darthur. 

      Bedwell, Laura K. (2011-05-12)
      In his Morte Darthur, Sir Thomas Malory portrays Arthur, not as the strong, fully just king of later portrayals, but as a weaker monarch more in keeping with those of fifteenth-century England. Arthur begins well by ...
    • Masses and feast days in the Morte Darthur. 

      Clark, David Eugene. 1982- (2015-10-06)
      Masses and feast day celebrations played major roles in the spiritual lives of medieval Christians. This study argues that they were similarly important in the lives of the Round Table knights that populate Malory’s Morte ...
    • Poetics of holiness : Bernard of Clairvaux and the Pearl poet. 

      Wolfe, Elisabeth G. (2009-08-25)
      Scholars have often acknowledged Bernard of Clairvaux as a probable influence on the four poems surviving in MS Cotton Nero A.x.—Pearl, Patience, Cleanness, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight—but few have pursued the ...
    • Word choice and word concentration in Malory's works. 

      Reynolds, Meredith Lynn, 1974- (2007-12-03)
      I shall examine specific instances of Malory’s word choice and word repetition in relation to three elements: the king, the knight, and the court. While each word represents a major value in or concept of the text as a ...