Presents the myths of the medieval age, covering King Arthur, Robin Hood, Richard the Lionhearted, and other legendary figures and events, and includes discussion of their role in literature and art.
PART I KING ARTHUR AND HIS KNIGHTS I. Introduction II. The Mythical History of England III. Arthur IV. Caradoc Briefbras V. Sir Gawain VI. Launcelot of the Lake VII. The Story of Launcelot: The Adventure of the Cart VIII. The Story of Launcelot: The Lady of Shalott IX. The Story of Launcelot: Queen Guenever's Peril X. The Story of Tristram of Lyonesse XI. Tristram and Isoude XII. The Story of Sir Tristram XIII. The End of the Story of Sir Tristram XIV. The Story of Perceval XV. The Quest of the Sangreal XVI. The End of the Quest XVII. Sir Agrivain's Treason XVIII. Morte d'Arthur PART II: THE MABINOGEON XIX. The Britons XX.The Lady of the Fountain XXI.The Lady of the Fountain (continued) XXII. The Lady of the Fountain (continued) XXIII. Geraint, the Son of Erbin XXIV. Geraint, the Son of Erbin (continued) XXV.Geraint, the Son of Erbin (continued) XXVI. Pwyll, Prince of Dyved XXVII. Branwen, the Daughter of Llyr XXVIII. Manawyddan XXIX. Kilwich and Olwen XXX. Kilwich and Olwen (continued) XXXI. Peredur, the Son of Evrawc XXXII. Taliesin PART III: THE KNIGHTS OF ENGLISH HISTORY XXXIII. King Richard and the Third Crusade XXXIV. Robin Hood of Sherwood Forest XXXV. Robin Hood and His Adventures XXXVI. Chevy Chase XXXVII. The Battle of Otterbourne XXXVIII. Edward the Black Prince.
Originally published as part of: Bulfinch's mythology. New York : Modern Library, 1934. Includes index. Includes bibliographical references and index.