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King Arthur and His Knights

Maude L. Radford

Book Overview: 

A collection of King Arthur’s adventures, from his ascent to King of Britain to his death. This book includes some of the crucial Arthurian legends about Sir Lancelot, the Knights of the Round Table, Queen Guinevere, and the search for the Holy Grail.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .At this the lords looked dismayed.

"Unless our lord Arthur has more men than he can find in his own realm," said Merlin, "he will be overcome and slain. Therefore I give you this counsel. There are two brothers across the sea; both are monarchs and both very strong. One is King Ban of Benwick, and the other is King Bors of Gaul. Now these two have an enemy, also a powerful ruler. Therefore, send to the brothers, King Bors and King Ban who are now both in Benwick, and say to them that if they will help Arthur in his war against the eleven kings, Arthur will help them against their common enemy."

"That is very good counsel," said the king and the lords.

So they chose Sir Ulfius and Sir Brastias as messengers, and these two hurried away, hopeful of success. When they reached the town in Benwick where King Bors and King Ban were, knights came forth to receive them and to hear their message. As soon as it was learned from whom they had come they wer. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A collection of stories of King Arthur and the knights of the round table, simply written.

This was just me killing the time I don't actually have but anyway. It was an alright read.

King Arthur and His Knights
Warren might have intended this simplified version of the Arthurian legend for children but I enjoyed her retelling as well. I don’t know how this 1903 version differs from Sir Thomas Malory’s, Le Morte D’Arthur (Death of Arthur) from 1485, but this one includes all the fa

I read this in one go and thoroughly enjoyed it, though to me it ended far too soon. I was thoroughly engrossed and wanted to hear more and more stories. At the very least this has me interested in looking up more; I've always been fascinated by the whole King Arthur and Camelot thing, but never act

This proved to be both light hearted and informative for me - and I liked that. It was written in a language suitable for children, with more narration than present dialogue, telling great adventures of King Arthur and his great knights. The stories were really interesting, and the descriptions were

Great tales

This book basically has all of the best King Arthur tales. It was fun, sad at times, but overall It was a good book.

Nice read into folklore

This book was pretty amusing, as it managed to tell the story of Camelot selectively leaving out that Morgan Le Fay was Athur's sister, Mordred was his illegitimate child (as well as his nephew), and Sir Lancelot had the more-than-appropriate hots for the queen and an illegitimate son with Elaine to

Amazing!!!

Thought it would be boring, but it was incredible!!! Simply the best school book ever,and will read it again.
Lainey

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