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Arthur & Lancelot The Fight for Camelot (Graphic Universe) by Jeff Limke

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Published by Graphic Universe .
Written in English


  • Comics & Graphic Novels - General,
  • Legends, Myths, & Fables - Arthurian,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Graphic Novels,
  • Children"s Books/All Ages,
  • Cartoons and comics,
  • Comic books, strips, etc.,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Lancelot (Legendary character),
  • Children: Grades 4-6

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsThomas Yeates (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatLibrary Binding
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11425527M
ISBN 100822562960
ISBN 109780822562962

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  “Arthur and Lancelot: The Fight for Camelot” “You have made a mockery of the rules of chivalry.” Very good series giving a generalised overview of the predominant myths and legends that have shaped our worldviews.- Wilde Sky rated it liked it review of another edition/5. A truly magical book from the first person perspective of Lancelot, Arthur's greatest friend and biggest rival. The story follows Lancelot from a boy in Brittany through to his training and then his time as Arthur's right hand/5.   12th-century book of Chretien de Troyes was the first book that talks about the legends of King Arthur with clear mentions about Sir Lancelot, under the title ‘The King of the Cart’. Chretien de Troyes makes Sir Lancelot out to be the son of Queen Elaine and King Ban of Benwick. Lancelot is the protagonist of Book III and the greatest knight in the company of the Round Table. He is Arthur’s best friend and a powerful foil for the king since he is complex and full of contradictions.

  The love triangle of Arthur-Guinevere-Lancelot was most likely borrowed from the earlier tale of Tristan and Isolde, originally an Irish story, in which the knight Tristan falls in love with Isolde, the fiancé of his uncle King : Joshua J. Mark. Morte Darthur, written by Sir Thomas Malory, is a tale that focuses on the trials and testimonies of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, and Sir Lancelot. The story encompasses many genres, such as romance, action, and suspense.   Lancelot, one of the greatest knights in Arthurian romance; he was the lover of Arthur’s queen, Guinevere, and was the father of the pure knight Sir Galahad. Lancelot’s name first appeared as one of Arthur’s knights in Chrétien de Troyes’s 12th-century romance of Erec, and the same author later.   White does frankly state that there existed a love triangle between Arthur, Lancelot, and Guenever–in fact a love quadrangle once Lancelot’s God is brought into the equation–but he shied from the full implications, couching the younger man’s love in terms of boyhood hero worship and liege loyalty turned to genuine affection of : Diana Hurlburt.

  Recently, Sarah Luddington published a novel Lancelot and the Wolf, with explicit gay sexual content depicting Lancelot and Arthur as book has created a controversy and even hate mail to Luddington and her publishers. In response, she has created a special Kindle edition at Amazon, for sale for $, to raise funds to help the LGBT charity Stonewall in Britain. Sir Lancelot du Lac or Sir Launcelot was the son of King Ban of Benwick and Queen Elaine. Lancelot was the First Knight of the Round Table, and he never failed in gentleness, courtesy, or courage. In addition to his courage and prowess on the battlefield, Lancelot was also a knight who was consistently serving others, thus giving him a good name and favor among most circles. Lancelot: Or, the Knight of the Cart Summary Chrétien de Troyes's masterpiece Lancelot, The Knight of the Cart is a riveting tale of knightly valor and courtly love. This romance marks the first known appearance of Lancelot as a major player in the Arthurian canon, and it also provides the first account of his affair with Guinevere. Lancelot du Lac (meaning Lancelot of the Lake, Welsh: Lawnslot y Llyn), also written as Launcelot and other spellings, is one of the Knights of the Round Table in the Arthurian typically features as King Arthur's greatest companion, the lord of Joyous Gard and the greatest swordsman and jouster of the age – until his adulterous affair with Queen Guinevere is discovered, causing a.