Sir Thomas Malory (1400?-1471) of Newbold Revel served with Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick; was knighted in 1442, and was elected a member of parliament in 1445. For whatever reason, he turned to a life of irresponsible violence and spent most of his last twenty years in prison until his death in 1471. It was during his imprisonment that he composed, translated, and adapted his great rendering of Arthurian material, which has served as source and influence for all succeeding Arthurian literature, including Tennyson's Idylls of the King.
Now the enchanting tales of King Arthur’s Camelot are an illustrated chapter storybook perfect for young readers!
Thousands upon thousands of years ago, Welsh and English folklore told of an unusually brave, kind, and fair leader named King Arthu...[SEE MORE]