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Malory

Sir Thomas. 15th-century English author of Le Morte d'Arthur (?1470), a prose collection of Arthurian legends, translated from the French
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They didn't hit those targets against Malory but refocussed and came out firing on all cylinders.
In the Malory chapter, for example, Besserman argues that Kevin Grimm's observation in Malory's narrative of a parallel with the deuteronomistic view of history that shapes much of the Hebrew Bible is "certainly valid, but far too general" (123).
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Malory and Christianity; essays on Sir Thomas Malory's Morte d'Arthur.
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Acquisition included Barfield's annotated copies of Spinoza and Malory described in this special issue.
The presentation of certificates was done by Principal Al Maktoum Institute, Dundee Professor Malory Nye, and Chairman Mirza Al Sayegh, in the presence of Shona Robison, Member of Scottish Parliament, who was later bestowed with an Al Maktoum Institute Honorary Fellowship.
The collection is divided into three parts: early Arthur stories, Malory and Middle-English romances, and modern Arthuriana.
It's not known for certain which 15th century Malory wrote the piece, though there is compelling evidence to suggest it was a certain knight of Warwickshire.
Professor Malory Nye, principal of the Institute, said the city council had approached the institute over a possible land swap.
A lively jaunt through Arthurian legend, from Malory to Mark Twain, ensues.