The Grail, from Celtic myth to Christian symbol.


Cardiff, University of Wales Press; 1963.

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Subjects Artusepik.
Graal.
Grail -- Legends -- History and criticism.
Grail.
Gral.
Literatur.
Mythologie celtique.
Mythology, Celtic, in literature.
Peredur (personnage légendaire)
Romans de la Table ronde.
Description xi, 287 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date 1963.
1963.
Notes Bibliographical footnotes. "Bibliography of critical works and of major texts of the Grail legend": pages 278-279.
Contents The chief romances of the Grail: a preview -- The origins and growth of Arthurian romance -- Celtic myths, their mutations and combinations -- The first Grail story, the Conte del Graal of Chrétien de Troyes -- The Grail bearer, the question test, and the fisher king -- The first sequel to the Conte del Graal: the corpse on the bier and the broken sword -- Irish Echtrai: the waste land and the bleeding lance -- Manessier's sequel and Peredur: the mission of revenge -- Perlesvaus: Welsh talismans and a Welsh Elysium -- Sone de Nansai and the Mabinogi of Branwen -- The prose Lancelot: combat and scandal in the Castle of King Pelles -- The Queste del Saint Graal: Celtic story-patterns in Cistercian allegory -- Parzival, the spiritual biography of a knight -- Joseph of Arimathea, an evangelist by error -- Glastonbury, school of forgery and Isle of Avalon -- The end of the quest.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Legends.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)608934
(OCoLC)ocm00608934
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Loomis, Roger Sherman, 1887-1966.
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