Sir Thomas Malory

Standard Name: Malory, Sir Thomas


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Education Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
MEC was educated at home. She read widely during her childhood, including works by Shakespeare and Malory . She studied poetry, history and drawing. Saturday afternoons were spent with friends, acting scenes from Scott 's...
Education Augusta Gregory
AG and her sisters received little formal education; their lessons took second place to their brothers'.
McDiarmid, Lucy, Maureen Waters, and Augusta Gregory. “Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography”. Selected Writings, Penguin, 1995, pp. xi - xliv, 525.
Under her evangelical mother's strict supervision, they were taught by a succession of governesses and tutors, who...
Intertextuality and Influence Mona Caird
Oenone Evelyn, who had an unhappy marriage and a relationship with a Russian anarchist in her past, feels a mutual attraction to her fellow artist Launcelot Sumner, but whereas her work is angled towards combating...
Material Conditions of Writing Antonia Fraser
This 70,000-word retelling of Sir Thomas Malory
Wroe, Nicholas. “The history woman”. The Guardian, pp. 16 -19.
was produced within six weeks, including research at the then British Museum , to fulfil a contract between Weidenfeld and Nicolson and the retail chain Marks and Spencer
Publishing Charlotte Guest
Further editions and translations into European languages quickly followed; in 1877 CG put out a single-volume, condensed version without the original Welsh, and in the same year the American professor of literature and former Confederate...
Textual Features Evelyn Sharp
Nicolete Damer in the story is called after the medieval legend of Aucassin and Nicolette just as her closest brother is called Cassy, short for Aucassin.
Richard Le Gallienne had made extensive reference to the...
Textual Production Rosemary Sutcliff
In 1979-81 RS published a trilogy of books, The Sword and the Circle, The Light Beyond the Forest, and The Road to Camlann, which were subsequently re-issued together as The King Arthur...


By 3 March 1470
Sir Thomas Malory , a political prisoner in London, most probably in the Tower, finished compiling and writing his collection of legendaryArthurian romances, Le Morte d'Arthur.
31 July 1485
Fourteen years after the death of the author, Sir Thomas Malory , a printer who was probably William Caxton dated his edition of Le Morte d'Arthur, the most famous English collection of Arthurian romances...
Under the name of Mrs T. K. Hervey, Eleanora Louisa Hervey published The Feasts of Camelot, with the Tales that were Told There.
17 June 1938
T. H. White published, as a book for children, The Sword in the Stone, about the childhood of King Arthur (known here as the Wart).