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Fantastic adventures abound in these courtly romances: Erec and Enide, Cligés, The Knight of the Cart, The Knight with the Lion, and The Story of the Grail.
Fantastic adventures abound in these courtly romances: Erec and Enide, Cliges, The Knight of the Cart, The Knight with the Lion, and The Story of the Grail.
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The "Arthurian Romances" contains prose translations of all five of Chretien's "verse romans" - "Erec and Enide", "Cliges", "Lancelot", "Yvain", "Perceval".
Table of Contents
Translated with Introduction and Notes by William W. Kibler; Erec and Enide translated by Carleton W. Carroll
A Note on the Translations
Erec and Enide
The Knight of the Cart (Lancelot)
The Knight with the Lion (Yvain)
The Story of the Grail (Perceval)
Appendix: The Story of the Grail Continuations
Glossary of Medieval Terms