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The sole choice used to be Eugene Vinaver's "Malory: Available since , it is in rather small plain type, with no special features on the page except some marginal notations, and the occasional footnote. Shepherd's Norton Critical Edition, from , with the cover title of "Le Morte Darthur," has a text with a striking visual difference from the usual modern book; following the lead of the manuscript, proper names appear in a bold "black letter" font instead of red ink -- see below. This may be intimidating at first glance, and some may hastily conclude it is too difficult to read.
However, one can adjust quite quickly and I have found the basic text, in Fairfield Modern, easier on the eyes than the Oxford version. I would have welcomed it a couple of decades ago, when I was reading the Oxford edition cover-to-cover while waiting around on jury duty.
The following is aimed partly at those unfamiliar with the situation -- my apologies to those who find themselves plowing through the obvious. Until a mis-catalogued fifteenth-century manuscript in a safe at Winchester College was finally recognized in as Sir Thomas Malory's account of King Arthur and his knights, the only authoritative text of this now-famous work was that found in the two surviving copies of William Caxton's printing.
Unhappily, its first and last pages are missing, so Caxton remains the source for those passages. The standard exact, or "diplomatic," text of Caxton's Malory was edited by H. Oskar Sommer, There is a recent critical text, edited by James Spisak, , and a facsimile edition, edited by Paul Needham, There are thousands of minor differences, and a few very large ones.
Caxton had divided the text into twenty-one books, with numbered and usually titled chapters, and called the whole "Le Morte D'Arthur" -- "Notwithstanding that it treateth of the birth, life, and acts of the said King Arthur, of his noble knights of the Round Table, their marvelous enquests and adventures, the achieving of the Sangrail, and in the end the dolorous death and departing out of this world of them all" Caxton's Colophon.
He had also dramatically abridged one long section his Book Five , and seems to have made some changes of his own in wording, at times softening Malory's aristocratic bluntness. When Eugene Vinaver edited the Winchester Manuscript for the Oxford English Texts series, he gave the three-volume set with critical notes, glossary, etc.
Field, In Vinaver's eyes, the manuscript revealed that Malory had produced only a very loosely connected set of narratives, distinct "WORKS" to which he, as editor, gave his own titles which are now in current use, despite the lack of any other authority for some.
The idea that it was a single, continuous, narrative was, in this view, Caxton's; hence the many inconsistencies, such as dead villains showing up alive and still wicked after a few "books. This decision has given rise to a long critical controversy; Malory was, in Caxton's term, "reducing" some disparate French texts into English, and may have just missed some discrepancies, as he tried to produce a reasonably unified "whole book". It has also created a certain amount of bibliographic confusion.
Keith Baines' "Rendition in Modern English" of Vinaver's edition ; a rewriting, covering every incident, but mostly sacrificing the language is carefully called "Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur: King Arthur and the Legends of the Round Table," as if to emphasize that Caxton's "interference" is being removed, without sacrificing reader recognition and sales.
Vinaver's later Oxford Standard Authors one-volume original-spelling text edition , however, is "Malory: Selected Tales by Sir Thomas Malory" , , , which maintained the same premise. John Steinbeck, a great admirer of Malory, was delighted by Vinaver's edition, and referenced the Winchester Manuscript in the subtitle of his unfinished "Acts of King Arthur Thus far, there is a certain amount of consistency.
However, a more recent Oxford edition, Helen Cooper's modernized spelling edition of the Winchester text for The Oxford World's Classics ; abridged, unfortunately; otherwise excellent , is instead titled "Le Morte D'Arthur.
Lumiansky's much more extensively modernized complete version of the Winchester text. Almost a translation, and thus an implied commentary on the text; but not to be confused with Lumiansky's projected, and unpublished, critical edition, almost complete at the time of his death in But is quite impressive, and I can understand anyone who thinks I am too critical of it.
Ker, "The Winchester Malory," avoided the issue, but the volume also helped renew the debate over Vinaver's theory by eliminating his editorial hand, revealing that some of the textual divisions were NOT Caxton's work, but that of either a scribe or the author. Stephen H.
Shepherd, indeed, gives considerably more weight to Caxton's evidence than had become customary. Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 3: The Ship of the Dead. The Crown of Ptolemy. Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 1: The Sword of Summer. Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 2: The Hammer of Thor.
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