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|Title:||Malory's Treatment of the Holy Grail in Morte Darthur|
|Advisor:||Halsall, Maureen P.|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>This discussion proposes to deal with one of the sections of Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur: the Tale of the Sankgreal. It will begin with a sketch of its place in the whole work , followed by an outline of the origin of the Grail legend, with especial reference to Malory's sources; then it will focus upon Malory's reshaping of the Grail legend in terms of his own concept of Arthurian chivalry , stressing the special role which he assigns to Launcelot. The goal of the investigation is to attempt to define Malory's methods and the extent of his success in fitting seemingly intransigent subject matter into his overall theme.</p>|
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