These may be divided into six parts:
(1) The romance of the San Graal. By Robert Borron.
(2) The Merlin, which celebrates the birth and exploits of
King Arthur. By Sr Thomas Malory.
(3) The Launcelot. Perhaps by Ulrich.
(4) The search or Quest of the San Graal. It is found by Sir
Galahad, a knight of pure heart and great courage; but no sooner does
he find it than he is taken up to heaven. By (?) Walter Mapes.
(5) The Mort d'Arthur, or Death of Arthur. By (?) Walter
(6) Sundry Tales, but especially the adventures of Sir
Tristan. By Luke Gast, of Salisbury.
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
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