Le Morte d'Arthur  – Vol. 2 cover

Le Morte d'Arthur – Vol. 2

Sir Thomas Malory

1. 01 – Bk 10 Chapters 01-05
2. 02 – Bk 10 Chapters 06-11
3. 03 – Bk 10 Chapters 12-16
4. 04 – Bk10 Chapters 17-21
5. 05 – Bk 10 Chapters 22-27
6. 06 – Bk 10 Chapters 28-33
7. 07 – Bk 10 Chapters 34-39
8. 08 – Bk 10 Chapters 40-46
9. 09 – Bk 10 Chapters 47-51
10. 10 – Bk 10 Chapters 52-55
11. 11 – Bk 10 Chapters 56-59
12. 12 – Bk 10 Chapters 60-63
13. 13 – Bk 10 Chapters 64-68
14. 14 – Bk 10 Chapters 69-73
15. 15 – Bk 10 Chapters 74-77
16. 16 – Bk 10 Chapters 78-83
17. 17 – Bk 10 Chapters 84-88
18. 18 – Bk 11 Chapters 01-04
19. 19 – Bk 11 Chapters 05-10
20. 20 – Bk 11 Chapters 11-14
21. 21 – Bk 12 Chapters 01-07
22. 22 – Bk 12 Chapters 08-14
23. 23 – Bk 13 Chapters 01-07
24. 24 – Bk 13 Chapters 08-12
25. 25 – Bk 13 Chapters 13-15
26. 26 – Bk 13 Chapters 16-20
27. 27 – Bk 14 Chapters 01-07
28. 28 – Bk 14 Chapters 06-10
29. 29 – Bk 15 Chapters 01-06
30. 30 – Bk 16 Chapters 01-06
31. 31 – Bk 16 Chapters 07-11
32. 32 – Bk 16 Chapters 12-17
33. 33 – Bk 17 Chapters 01-05
34. 34 – Bk 17 Chapters 06-10
35. 35 – Bk 17 Chapters 11-17
36. 36 – Bk 17 Chapters 18-23
37. 37 – Bk 18 Chapters 01-05
38. 38 – Bk 18 Chapters 06-10
39. 39 – Bk 18 Chapters 11-14
40. 40 – Bk 18 Chapters 15-18
41. 41 – Bk 18 Chapters 19-22
42. 42 – Bk 18 Chapters 23-25
43. 43 – Bk 19 Chapters 01-05
44. 44 – Bk 19 Chapters 06-09
45. 45 – Bk 19 Chapters 10-13
46. 46 – Bk 20 Chapters 01-05
47. 47 – Bk 20 Chapters 06-09
48. 48 – Bk 20 Chapters 10-13
49. 49 – Bk 20 Chapters 14-18
50. 50 – Bk 20 Chapters 19-22
51. 51 – Bk 21 Chapters 01-03
52. 52 – Bk 21 Chapters 04-08
53. 53 – Bk 21 Chapters 09-13

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Summary

Le Morte d’Arthur (spelled Le Morte Darthur in the first printing and also in some modern editions, Middle French for la mort d’Arthur, “the death of Arthur”) is Sir Thomas Malory’s compilation of some French and English Arthurian romances. The book contains some of Malory’s own original material (the Gareth story) and retells the older stories in light of Malory’s own views and interpretations. First published in 1485 by William Caxton, Le Morte d’Arthur is perhaps the best-known work of English-language Arthurian literature today. Many modern Arthurian writers have used Malory as their source, including T. H. White for his popular The Once and Future King.