This masterpiece of history and fable recounts the timeless tales of Arthur and the Round Table, and discusses the historical events and the worldview of the civilization that created them.
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Please remove the current "Publisher's Comments" section that refers to this book as "electronic paperback format." It is no such thing! This is a 6"X9" paperback edition, with nothing electronic about it. The current "from the publisher" comment must go with some other edition of this title. But on this page, the comment is very misleading. Please revise!About the Author:
Thomas Bulfinch (1796-1867) was educated at Boston Latin, Phillips Exeter, and Harvard. A clerk in the Merchant's Bank of Boston who wrote books in his spare time, he was the first to create a popular compendium of ancient myths and legends.
Mary Woods began her career in Washington, DC, where she performed at Ford's Theater, the Folger Theater, Round House, and Washington Stage Guild. She spent several seasons at New Playwrights' Theater developing new American plays. She is a veteran narrator of Talking Books for the Library of Congress, and received the Alexander Scourby Narrator of the Year Award for fiction in 1996. Formerly a radio news director, she now hosts a daily local affairs interview program on Catholic Radio, for the Archdiocese of Santa Fe. She lives in Albuquerque, where she continues to act on stage and in film. She received her BA at the Catholic University of America in Fine Arts and Drama.
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Book Description Dutton Adult, 1969. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0460004727