Malory and Christianity: Essays on Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur [Paperback]

D. Thomas Hanks (Editor); Janet Jesmok (Editor)

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ISBN: 9781580441766 | Published by: Medieval Institute Publications | Year of Publication: 2013 | Language: English 214p,




Malory and Christianity

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As Hanks and Jesmok note in their introduction, “pursuing opponents and pursuing love move the Morte’s narrative, but the work’s richness comes from its romance and tragic elements: the human quest for maturity and fulfillment and those uncontrollable forces that undermine the quest and destroy the dream. Malory’s use of myth and magic to explore these themes has received extensive scholarly attention, but his views on and thematic use of Christianity have long needed a closer look.”

Table of Contents

Introduction
“All maner of good love comyth of God”: Malory, God’s Grace, and Noble Love by D. Thomas Hanks, Jr.
Adulterated Love: The Tragedy of Malory’s Lancelot and Guinevere by Corey Olsen
Endless Virtue and Trinitarian Prayer in Lancelot’s Healing of Urry by Sue Ellen Holbrook
Christian Rituals in Malory: The Evidence of Funerals by Karen Cherewatuk
Rhetoric, Ritual, and Religious Impulse in Malory’s Book 8 by Janet Jesmok
Christianity and Social Instability: Malory’s Galahad, Palomides, and Lancelot by Dorsey Armstrong
Slouching towards Bethlehem: Secularized Salvation in Le Morte Darthur by Fiona Tolhurst
Malory’s Secular Arthuriad by K. S. Whetter
“In my harte I am [not] crystynde”: What Can Malory Offer the Nonreligious Reader? by Felicia Nimue Ackerman

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