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Introduction: Modern and Post-Modern Arthurian Literature  
John Matthews  
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Arthur Without Fantasy: Dark Age Britain in Recent Historical Fiction  
Dan Nastali  
5
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Queens, Ladies, and Saints: Arthurian Women in Contemporary Short Fiction  
Ann F. Howey  
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Creating King Arthur's Children: A Trend in Modern Fiction  
Tyler R. Tichelaar  
39
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'A land shining with goodness': Magic and Religion in Stephen R. Lawhead's Taliesin, Merlin, and Arthur  
John J. Doherty  
57
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Camelot 3000 and Beyond: An Annotated Listing of Arthurian Comic Books Published in the United States c. 1980-1998  
Michael Torregrossa  
67
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Marion Zimmer Bradley and The Mists of Avalon  
Diana L. Paxson  
110
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The Round Table: Teaching King Arthur At Harvard  
Teaching 'The Story of Arthur'  
Derek Pearsall  
127
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The Once and Future Course: Teaching the Arthurian Legend  
Bernard Lumpkin  
130
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Jousting in the Classroom: On Teaching Malory  
Scott Hess  
133
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'It lives dispersedly in many hands, And every minstrel sings it differently': Tennyson and the Comparative Approach to 'The Story of Arthur'  
Ayanna T. Thompson  
138
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Can we talk about 'Multiple Versions of the Same Thing' in a meaningful way?  
Jane Tolmie  
141
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Reviews  
James Muldoon, ed., Varieties of Religious Conversion in the Middle Ages.  
Steven F. Kruger  
144
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Constance Brittain Bouchard, 'Strong of Body, Brave and Noble': Chivalry and Society in Medieval France.  
Howell Chickering  
146
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Jacqueline De Weever, Sheba's Daughters. Whitening and Demonizing the Saracen Woman in Medieval French Epic.  
Maureen Boulton  
149
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Elizabeth B. Keiser, Courtly Desire and Medieval Homophobia: The Legitimation of Sexual Pleasure in Cleanness and Its Contexts.  
Linda Georgianna  
150
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Elizabeth B. Keiser, Courtly Desire and Medieval Homophobia: The Legitimation of Sexual Pleasure in Cleanness and Its Contexts.  
David Townsend  
152
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Anthony Emery, Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales, 1300-1500.  
P.J.C. Field  
154
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A.J. Minnis, Charlotte C. Morse, and Thorlac Turville-Petre, eds., Essays on Ricardian Literature in Honour of J.A. Burrow.  
David R. Carlson  
155
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Derek Pearsall, ed., Chaucer to Spenser, An Anthology.  
Steven J. Patterson  
157
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Anna Roberts, ed., Violence Against Women in Medieval Texts.  
Maud Burnett McInerney  
159
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Stephen Wildman and John Christian (with essays by Alan Crawford and Laurence Des Cars), Edward Burne-Jones: Victorian Artist-Dreamer  
Debra N. Mancoff  
160
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Bernard Cornwell, The Winter King: A Novel of Athur, Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur, Excalibur: A Novel of Arthur  
Raymond H. Thompson  
162
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The Mighty. Peter Chelsom, dir.  
Bert Olton  
165
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A Knight in Camelot. Roger Young, dir.  
Barbara Tepa Lupack  
167
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