Post-Medieval Arthurian Literature in English (Other than Fiction): A Preliminary Bibliography

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Post-Medieval Arthurian Literature in English (Other than Fiction): A Preliminary Bibliography

by: Alan Lupack (Author)
from: The Camelot Project  2013

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Adams, Oscar Fay. Post-Laureate Idyls and Other Poems. Boston: D. Lothrop and Co., 1886.  Contains the sequence "Post-Laureate Idyls," including:
    "The Rape of the Tarts" (pp. 9-16)
    "At the Palace of King Lot" (pp. 17-24)
    "Sir Evergreen" (pp. 25-34)
    "Thomas and Vivien" (pp. 35-43)
    "The Vision of Sir Lamoracke" (pp. 44-51)
    "The Return from the Quest" (pp. 52-57)
    "The Maid's Alarm" (pp. 58-63)
    "The Water Carriers" (pp. 64-72)
    "The Passing of the Sages" (pp. 73-80)
    "Constantius and Helena" (pp. 81-87)

Adams, Oscar Fay. Sicut Patribus, and Other Verse. Boston: Printed by W. B. Jones for the Author, 1906. Contains the sequence "Post-Laureate Idylls, Second Series," including:
    "The Pleading of Dagonet" (pp. 83-91)
    "The Vision of Sir Lionel" (pp. 92-101)
    "The Pleasaunce of Maid Marian" (pp. 102-10)
    "Gawain and Marjorie" (pp. 111-21)

Akhurst, W. M. Arthur the King, or, The Knights of the Round Table and Other Funny-ture: A Burlesque Extravaganza. London: T. H. Lacy, 1871.

Akhurst, W. M. King Arthur, or, Lancelot the Loose, Gin-Ever the Square, and the Knights of the Round Table and Other Furniture: A Burlesque Extravaganza. Melbourne: R. Bell, [1868?].

Alama, Pauline. "Muirgan, the 'Sea-Born.'" In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 29.

Alford, Henry. "The Ballad of Glastonbury." In The Poetical Works. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1853. Pp. 32-43.

Anderson, Colleen. "Parsival's Remorse." The Round Table 5 (1989): 35.

Anderson, Colleen. "A Question of the Grail." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 31.

Anderson, Colleen. "The Turning." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 60. (Arthur contemplates and resists his return.)

Ankenbrand, Frank. Tristram and Iseult: A Play in Five Acts. In Collected Poems. London: Bodley Head, 1911.

Anspacher, Louis K. Tristan & Isolde: A Tragedy. New York: Brentano's, 1904.

Arden, John and Margaretta D'Arcy. The Island of the Mighty: A Play on a Traditional British Theme in Three Parts. London: Eyre Methuen, 1974.

Arnold, Matthew. "Tristram and Iseult." In Empedocles on Etna and Other Poem by A. London: B. Fellowes, 1852.

Arthur's Knights: An Adventure from the Legend of the Sangrale. 2d ed. Edinburgh: R. & R. Clark, 1859. Pp. 1-90. [The volume contains one other Arthurian poem, "Sir Hector de Marais," and some non-Arthurian poems.] (Published anonymously. The Arthurian Annals dates the first edition 1858.)

Atwood, M[argaret] E. "Avalon Revisited." The Fiddlehead 55 (Winter 1963): 10-13. (A sequence of Arthurian poems.)

Auslander, Joseph.  No Traveller Returns: A Book of Poems. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1935.
    "Guinevere at Almesbury" (p. 71)
    "Siege Perilous" (p. 91)

Auslander, Joseph. "Yseult." In Sunrise Trumpets. Intro. by Padraic Colum. New York: Harper Brothers, 1924. P. 64.

Austin, Martha W. Tristram and Isoult. Boston: The Poet Lore Co., 1905.

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune. "La Mort d'Arthur: Not by Alfred Tennyson." Tait's Edinburgh Magazine (Oct. 1843). Rpt. in Gaultier, Bon [pseudonym of Sir Theodore Martin and William Edmondstoune Aytoun]. The Book of Ballads. Ill. Doyle, Leech, and Crowquill. 2nd ed. London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1849. (1st published in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, n.s. 10 [Oct. 1843]: 651-52).

Badger, John D'Arcy. The Arthuriad. Toronto: Pendragon House Limited, 1972.

Bailey, C. W. in collaboration with N. S. Millican and G. R. Hammond. King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. In The Quest of the Golden Fleece and Other Plays from Epic Poetry. London: Nelson, 1929.

Bannerman, Anne. "The Prophecy of Merlin." In Tales of Superstition and Chivalry. London: James Swan, 1802. Pp. 125-44.

Baring, Maurice.  The Collected Poems of Maurice Baring. London: John Lane, 1911.
    "Tristram and Iseult" [a poem] (p. 20)
    "Tristram and Iseult: A Play in Five Acts" (pp. 89-176)

Barnett, Henry G. "Boy Galahad." In The Roof of the World & Other Poems. Boston: Sherman, French, 1916. P. 131.

Bartlett, Gertrude. "Ballade of Tristram's Last Harping." In Canadian Poets and Poetry. Ed. John W. Garvin. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1916. P. 398.

Barwin, Gary. King Arthur Was a Mountie. Toronto: Serif of Nottingham, 1987. (Reprinted in the Round Table 5 [1989]: 43-44.)

[Bennett, W. C.] The Coming K-: A Set of Idyll Lays. London: n.p., 1873. (A parody of Tennyson's Idylls.)

Berry, Charles Walter. King Arthur. London: Merritt & Hatcher, 1923. (A play.)

Berry, Charles Walter, Deputy Knight Remembrancer. The Round Table Arthur: A Conversation Between Two Knights of the Round Table Club. With a Foreword by Albert C. R. Carter, King Arthur's Champion. London: Methuen, 1930.

Betts, Jean. Camelot School. Wellington, New Zealand: The Women's Play Press, 2001.

Bickley, Beulah Vick. "The Grail of Spring." In The Grail of Spring. Cedar Falls, IA: Holst Printing Co., 1934. P. 14.

Bidder, George. "Merlin's Youth." In Merlin's Youth. Westminster: Archibald Constable, 1899. Pp. 11-51.

Bigelow, Otis. The Giants' Dance: A Play. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1965.

Binyon, Laurence. Arthur: A Tragedy. London: Heinemann, 1923.

Binyon, Laurence. The Madness of Merlin. London: Macmillan, 1947.

Binyon, Laurence. "Tristram's End." In Odes. London: Elkin Mathews, 1913. Pp. 9-28.

Blackie, J. S. "Merlin and Kentigern: A Legend of Tweeddale." Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 138 (1885): 769-74.

Blackmore, Richard. King Arthur: An Heroick Poem in Twelve Books. London: Awnsham and John Churchil, 1697.

Blackmore, Richard. Prince Arthur: An Heroick Poem in Ten Books. London: Awnsham and John Churchil, 1695.

Blaikie, J. Arthur. "Arthur in Avalon." Magazine of Art (London) 7 (1884): 433.

Blanden, Charles G. "Castle Dhu." In A Bale of Gossamer. San Diego, CA: The Artemesia Press, 1927. P. 104. (Limited to 250 copies.) (A grail poem. The volume also contains the poems "A Bale of Gossamer"--with an allusion to "Mallory"; "The Meteor Mail"--with an allusion to the Holy Grail.)

Blunt, Wilfred Scawen.  The Poetical Works. 2 vols. London: Macmillan, 1914.
    "The Morte D'Arthur" (I: 346)
    "Le Roi Est Mort. Vive le Roi" (I: 355)
    "To Nimue"  (I: 388-90)
    "The Wisdom of Merlyn" (II: 451-71)

Boardman, Phillip C. "Merlin." The Round Table 5 (1989): 11.

Bond, Edward. "Merlin and Arthur." Theatre Poems and Songs. Ed. Malcolm Hay and Philip Roberts. London: Eyre Methuen, 1978. Pp. 96-97.

Bostock, Carol J. "Pendragon." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 33-34.

Bottomley, Gordon. Merlin's Grave. In Scenes and Plays. London: Constable & Co., 1929. (Limited to 100 numbered & 12 lettered copies signed by the author. There was also a trade edition.) Pp. 59-76.

Boughton, Rutland.  The Birth of Arthur: A Choral Drama.  London:  William and Reeves, 1914.  Originally published as Music-Drama of the Future: Uther and Igraine, Choral Drama: With Essays by the Collaborators in 1911.

Boughton, Rutland. The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall / Play by Thomas Hardy, Published by Messrs. Macmillan & Co., Ltd.; Set as a Music Drama by Rutland Boughton. London: Joseph Williams, Ltd., 1926.

Boughton, Rutland. The Lily-Maid: The Words of a Music-Drama. N.p.: Kilcot, 1936.

Boughton, Rutland and Reginald R. Buckley. Music-drama of the Future: Uther and Igraine, Choral Drama. With Essays by the Collaborators. London: William Reeves, 1911. (Later reprinted as: Buckley, Reginald R. Arthur of Britain: A Poem of Festival Choral Dramas in Four Parts. Music by Rutland Boughton. London: William Reeves, 1914.)

Bowie, W. Russell. The Christmas Pageant of the Holy Grail. New York: The Abingdon Press, 1927.

Boyle, Marian. "Artorius, Rex Invictus." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 56.

Bradbury, Audrey. "The Vision of Sir Launfal": A Choric Drama. Arranged by Audrey Bradbury. Boston: Expression Co., n.d.

Bradley, William Aspenwall. "The Song of the Errant Knight." In Columbia Verse 1892-1897. Compiled by James N. Rosenberg and Joseph M. Proskauer. New York: William Beverley Harison, 1897. P. 37.

[Brereton, Jane, writing under the pseudonym "Melissa"]. Merlin: A Poem Humbly Inscrib'd to Her Majesty. To Which Is Added, The Royal Hermitage: A Poem. Both by a Lady. London: Edward Cave, 1735.
    "Merlin: A Poem Humbly Inscrib'd to Her Majesty" (pp. 3-9)
    "Merlin's Prophecy. Humbly Inscrib'd to his R. H. the Prince of Wales" (pp. 11-12)

Brewer, George M. The Holy Grail: A Whitsuntide Mystery of the Quest of the Soul. Founded on Ancient Legends Derived from Various Sources. Montreal: Herald Press, 1933.

Bridges, Sallie. Marble Isle, Legends of the Round Table and Other Poems. Philadelphia: J. Lippincott, 1864. The sequence, "Legends of the Round Table," contains 14 Arthurian poems.
    "Excalibur" pp. 159-62)
    "The Death of Lanceor" (pp. 162-65)
    "The Tomb of the Twelve Kings" (pp. 165-67)
    "The First Meeting of Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere" (pp.167-69)
    "Merlin's Grave" (pp. 169-71)
    "Sir Launcelot's Slumber" (pp. 171-75)
    "Beaumains' Vow" (pp. 175-77)
    "The King and the Bard" (pp. 177-79)
    "The Love-Drink" (pp. 179-84)
    "The Best Knight" (pp. 184-89)
    "The Quest of the Sancgreal" (pp. 190-212)
    "The Last Meeting of Sir Launcelot and Guinevere" (pp. 212-17)
    "Launcelot's Vigil" (pp. 217-23)
    "Avilion" (pp. 223-38)

Bridie, James (pseudonym of Osborne Henry Mavor). Plays for Plain People. London: Constable, 1944.
    Holy Isle: A Play in Three Acts (pp. 81-154)
    Lancelot: A Play in Two Acts (pp. 1-78)

Brodsky, Louis Daniel. "Visitation Rites." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 10-11. (Grail-related.)

Brooks, Benj. Gilbert. "Camelot." In Camelot. Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1919. Pp. 7-15.

Brough, William. King Arthur, or the Days and Knights of the Round Table. A New and Original Christmas Extravaganza in One Act. London: T. H. Lacy, 1863.

Brundage, Burr C. The King Who Cast No Shadow. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1986.

Buchanan, Robert. Fragments of the Table Round. Glasgow: Thomas Murray and Son, 1859.
    "Camlan" (pp. 51-63)
    "Gawayne's Ghost" (pp. 45-48)
    "Gawayne's Revenge" (pp. 35-42)
    "Joyous Garde" (pp. 17-23)
    "Merlin's Tomb" (pp. 65-72)
    "The Rendering" (pp. 25-33)
    "The Rescue" (pp. 9-14)
    "The Tryste" (pp. 1-7)

Budzisz, Annette M. "Contrapletes." A poem in The Round Table, vol. 1, no. 1 (Spring 1984): 18. (Contains allusions to Amfortas and Tristan.)

Burr, Amelia Josephine. "Le Morte d'Arthur." The Bookman (Dec. 1916): 87.

Butts, W. Marlin. The Youth of Arthur: A Legendary Play in Five Scenes. East Boston, Mass.: W. M. Butts, 1935.

C., H. C. "Guinevere to Launcelot." The Cornhill Magazine 19 (March 1869): 340.

Cammell, Charles Richard. "The Return of Arthur." In XXI Poems. Edinburgh: The Poseidon Press, 1943. Pp. 20-21.

Campbell, Wilfred. "Sir Lancelot." In The Poems of Wilfred Campbell. Toronto: William Briggs, 1905. Pp. 219-25. (Unspecified no. of signed copies.) (The volume also contains "The Last Scene from 'Mordred,'" and "Songs from 'Mordred.'")

Campbell, Wilfred. "A Canadian Galahad." In The Oxford Book of Canadian Verse. Ed. Wilfred Campbell. New York: Oxford University Press, n.d. Pp. 163-65. (The volume also contains "The Last Scene from Mordred.")

Campbell, Wilfred W. Mordred: A Tragedy in Five Acts. Founded on the Arthurian Legend of Sir Thomas Malory. In Mordred and Hildebrand: A Book of Tragedies. Ottawa: J. Durie, 1895. (Reprinted in: Campbell, Wilfred. Poetical Tragedies. Toronto: William Briggs, 1908.)

Campion, Thomas. "An Epigram." In The Description of a Maske, Presented before the Kinges Maiestie at White-Hall, on Twelfth Night Last, in Honour of the Lord Hayes, and His Bride, Daughter and Heire to the Honourable the Lord Dennye, Their Marriage Hauing Been the Same Day at Court Solemnized. To this by Occasion Other Small Poems Are Adioyned. London: John Windet for John Brown, 1607.

Carpenter, Rhys. The Tragedy of Etarre: A Poem. New York: Sturgis & Walton, 1912.

Carr, J. Comyns. King Arthur: A Drama in a Prologue and Four Acts. London: Macmillan, 1895.

Carr, J. Comyns. Tristram & Iseult: A Drama in Four Acts. London: Duckworth, 1906.

Cartier, Marie. "The Naturopath." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 16. (Refers to Morgan le Fay.)

Cawein, Madison J. Accolon of Gaul with Other Poems. Louisville: John P. Morton & Co., 1889. Reprinted in Lyrics and Old World Idylls. Vol. 1 of The Poems of Madison Cawein. Intro. by Edmund Gosse. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1907. Pp. 219-306.

Cawein, Madison J. Lyrics and Old World Idylls. Vol. 1 of The Poems of Madison Cawein. 5 vols. With an Introduction by Edmund Gosse. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1907.
    "After the Tournament" (pp. 340-41)
    "The Daughter of Merlin"  (pp. 363-64)
    "The Dream of Sir Galahad" (pp. 335-39)
    "A Guinevere" (pp. 153-55)
    "Isolt" (pp. 329-34)
    "Morgan Le Fay" (pp. 353-55)
    "Peredur, the Son of Evrawc" (pp. 307-28)
    "Tristram to Isolt" (pp. 365-67)

Cawein, Madison J. Nature Poems. Vol. 3 of The Poems of Madison Cawein. 5 vols. With an Introduction by Edmund Gosse. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1907.
    "In the Forest" (p. 344)

Cawein, Madison J. Poems of Meditation and of Forest and Field. Vol. 5 of The Poems of Madison Cawein. 5 vols. With an Introduction by Edmund Gosse. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1907.
    "To One Reading the Morte D'Arthure" (pp. 213-14)
    "Tristram and Isolt" (p. 46)

Cawein, Madison "Waste Land." Poetry 1.4 (Jan. 1913): 104-05.

Caws, Ian. "The Chalice Well." Ore 37 (n.d.): 44.

Chadwick, John W. "Lost and Found." New Hampshire Sentinel (Nov. 20, 1879): 1.

Chambers, John. Tales of King Arthur: A Play. London: Samuel French, 1996.

Chant, A. G. The Legend of Glastonbury. Decorated and illustrated by Horace Knowles. London: The Epworth Press, 1948.

Chesterton, Frances. Sir Cleges. In Three Plays for Children. New York: French, 1924,

Chesterton, G. K. The Grave of Arthur. Designs by Celia Fiennes. No. 25 of The Ariel Poems. London: Faber & Faber, 1930. 350 large-paper copies, printed on English hand-made paper and signed by the author. (Trade ed.: Chesterton, G. K. The Grave of Arthur. Designs by Celia Fiennes. No. 25 of The Ariel Poems. London: Faber & Faber, n.d. [1930].)

Chesterton, G. K. "The Myth of Arthur." In The Best Poems of 1922. Selected by Thomas Moult. Decorated by Philip Hagreen. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1923. P. 112.

Chesterton, G. K. "The Ballad of King Arthur." In The Queen of Seven Swords. London: Sheed and Ward, 1926. Pp. 15-17.

Chubb, T. C. "In Ye Olde Days." In The Yale Record Book of Verse 1872-1922. Ed. Francis W. Bronson, Thomas Caldecot Chubb & Cyril Hume. New Haven: For the Yale Record by Yale University Press, 1922. P. 96.

Chubb, Thomas Caldecot. "Merlin." In The White God and Other Poems. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1920. Pp. 29-30.

Churchyard, Thomas. The Worthines of Wales. Reprinted from the Original Edition of 1587. Burt Franklin Research & Source Works Series # 150. The Spenser Society # 20. New York: Burt Franklin, 1967. (Originally reprinted by the Spenser Society in 1876.)

Ciardi, John. "Launcelot in Hell." In In the Stoneworks. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1961. Pp. 47-49.

Colander, Valerie Nieman.  see Nieman, Valerie.

Collins, [Edward James] Mortimer. "Merlin." In The Inn of Strange Meetings and Other Poems. London: Henry S. King & Co., 1871. Pp. 177-78.

Colwell, Elizabeth. Songs of Tristram & Yseult: Quatrains. Chicago: n.p. [privately printed], 1907. Limited to 100 copies.

Constantine, Pamela. "Conjuration." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 1. (A Merlin poem.)

Constantine, Pamela. "The Land Is Empty Now." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 48.

Converse, Florence. "Merlin Met Morgan-le-Fay." Atlantic Monthly Sept. 1922: 376-77.

Conway, John William. Lancelot and Guinevere. Norton, Kansas: The Champion Press, 1907.

Cooke, Rose Terry. "The New Sancgreal." In Poems. New York: William S. Gottsberger, 1888. Pp. 268-71.

Cooney, Ellen. "Guenevere Grown Old." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 55.

Cooney, Ellen. The Quest for the Holy Grail. San Francisco: Duir Press, 1981.

Cosier, Tony. "The Plow." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 14-15. (References to Perceval.)

Costello, Louisa Stuart. "A Dream." In The Maid of Cyprus and Other Poems. 2d ed. London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1815. Pp. 56-58.

Cotton, John. "The Quest." In Old Movies and Other Poems. London: Chatto and Windus/The Hogarth Press, 1971. Pp. 39-47. (The poem was suggested by the author's reading of the Quest del Saint Graal.)

Coutts, Francis. See: Money-Coutts, F. B.

Cowee, Bill. "Needlepoint." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 45. (Arthur and Guinevere.)

Cram, Ralph Adams. Excalibur: An Arthurian Drama. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1909. [Written 1893.]

Crowley, Aleister. "The High History of Good Sir Palamedes the Saracen Knight and of His Following of the Questing Beast." London: Wieland & Co., 1912.

Dalkeith, Lena (pseudonym of Jeanne Cherry). Sir Gareth of Orkney. In Little Plays. London: T. & E. C. Jack, 1907. Pp. 1-37.

Dalmon, Charles. "Camelot." In Twentieth-Century Poetry. Ed. John Drinkwater, Henry Seidel Canby and William Rose Benét. Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin/The Riverside Press, 1929. P. 110.

Dane, Clemence (pseudonym of Winifred Ashton). The Saviours: Seven Plays on One Theme. With music by Richard Addinsell. London: Heinemann, 1942.

D[arley], G[eorge]. "Merlin's Last Prophecy." Athenæum 14 July 1838: 495-96.

Davey, Frank. King of Swords. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1972.

Davey, Frank. "Morte D'Arthur." Tish 14 (14 Oct. 1962): 7-9. (Reprinted in Tish 1-19. Ed. Frank Davey. Vancouver: Talon Books, 1975. Pp. 285-89).

Davey, Frank. "Afterthought on Arthur." Tish 19 (14 March 1963): 8. (Reprinted in Tish 1-19. Ed. Frank Davey. Vancouver: Talon Books, 1975. Pp. 410-11.)

Davidson, John. "The Last Ballad." In The Last Ballad and Other Poems. London: John Lane, 1899. Pp. 1-23.

Davis, Georgene. The Round Table: A History Drawn from Unreliable Chronicles. Rutland: The Tory Press, 1930.

Davis, Glover. "Lancelot." In Legend. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan Univ. Press, 1988. P. 38. (Also contains the loosely related poems "The Wedding Feast," "Legend," and "The Cup.")

De Beverley, Thomas (pseudonym of George Newcomen). The Youth of Sir Arthour, the Quest of Sangraele and Other Poems. London: Erskine Macdonald, 1926. Contains:
    "The Youth of Sir Arthour" (pp. 7-14)
    "The Story of Nimue" (pp. 15-18)
    "The Birth of Sir Galahad" (pp. 19-24)
    "Sir Percival's Vision" (pp. 25-29)
    "The Achievement of the Sangraele and the Death of Sir Galahad" (pp. 30-33)
    "Sir Uwaine's Daughter" (pp. 34-40)
    "The Wife of Bath's Tale" (pp. 41-48)

deCamp, L. Sprague. Heroes and Hobgoblins. Ill. Tim Kirk. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1981. (Limited to 1250 copies signed by the author and illustrator.)
    "Merlin" (pp. 147-48)
    "Tintagel" (p. 21)

Dell, Floyd. King Arthur's Socks: A Comedy. In Provincetown Plays, First Series. New York: F. Shay, 1916. (Reprinted in: Floyd Dell. King Arthur's Socks and Other Village Plays. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1922.)

Demetrick, Mary. "The Lady of the Lake Goes to Paris to Get Away from It All." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 61-62.

Dietz, Jim. "Excalibur." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 18.

Dillon, Arthur. King Arthur Pendragon. London: Mathews, 1906.

Dobson, Austin. "Palomydes." In At the Sign of the Lyre. New York: H. Holt & Co., 1885. Pp. 44-45.

Dockery, G. Daniel and Charles E. Wyatt, eds. Minor Arthurian Poetry of the Nineteenth Century. Ill. Jonathan A. Dockery. Vista, CA: Green Chapel Books, 1989. Limited to 250 copies.

Doughty, Maryellen. "King Arthur's Eyes." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 57-58.

Drinkwater, John. "On the Performance of Thomas Hardy's Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall." In New Poems. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1925. P. 24.

Dryden, John. King Arthur: Or, The British Worthy, A Dramatick Opera. London: Jacob Tonson, 1691. (Reprinted in: Dryden: The Dramatic Works, vol. 6. Ed. Montague Summers. London: The Nonesuch Press, 1932.)

Dryden, John. King Arthur or the British Worthy: A Dramatick Opera: As Performed at the New Theatre Cambridge 14-18 February with the Alterations Adopted by Henry Purcell. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1928.

Duffield, Samuel Willoughby. "Sir Kay's Excuse." In Warp and Woof: A Book of Verse. New York: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co., 1870. Pp. 102-05.

Du Maurier, George. A Legend of Camelot: Pictures and Poems, Etc. New York & London: Harper and Brothers, 1898.

Earp, T. W. "In Broceliande." In Oxford Poetry 1916. Ed. W. R. C., T. W. E. and A. L. H. Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1916. Pp. 19-20.

Eiseley, Loren. "Druid Born." In Another Kind of Autumn. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1977. Pp. 63-64.

Eiseley, Loren. The Innocent Assassins. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973.
    "I, Merlin, Say It" (pp. 43-44)
    "New Men, New Armor" (pp. 105-06)

Eliot, T. S. The Waste Land. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1922.

Ellis, Thomas Evelyn. The Cauldron of Annwn. London: Privately printed for subscribers by T. Werner Laurie Ltd., 1922. (Limited to 250 signed copies.)

Ellis, Thomas Evelyn. Lanval: A Drama in Four Acts. London: John & Ed. Bumpus, 1908.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. "Merlin's Song." In May-Day and Other Pieces. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1867. P. 96.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Poems. Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1847 [actually published Dec. 1846].
    "Merlin I" (pp. 180-84)
    "Merlin II" (pp. 185-87)

Emmons, Earl H. "Lancelot: Chivalry Should Begin at Home." In Hell-Raisers of History. Ill. Herb Roth. Mount Vernon, NY: Peter Pauper Press, 1948. Pp. 28-32. (Humorous poem.)

Emra, Cyril. The Love-Song of Tristram and Iseult and Other Poems. London: Elliot Stock, 1905.
    "The Love-Song of Tristram and Iseult" (pp. 1-23)
    "When Tristram to Tintagel Came" (pp. 70-77)

Engar, Keith M. Arthur and the Magic Sword. Anchorage, KY: The Children's Theatre Press, 1952.

Evans, Sebastian. In the Studio: A Decade of Poems. London: Macmillan, 1875.
    "Arthur's Knighting" (pp. 135-52)
    "The Eve of Morte Arthur" (pp. 155-80)

[Fawcett, Edgar]. The New King Arthur: An Opera Without Music. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1885.

Field, Eugene. "The Vision of the Holy Grail." In John Smith, U.S.A. Chicago: M. A. Donohue and Co., 1905. Pp. 103-06.

Field, Eugene. "A Proper Trewe Idyll of Camelot." In A Little Book of Western Verse. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890. Pp. 133-46.

Field, Michael (pseudonym of Katherine Harris Bradley and Edith Emma Cooper). The Tragedy of Pardon. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1911.

Fielding, Henry. Tom Thumb: A Tragedy, As It Is Acted at the Theatre in the Hay-Market. London: J. Roberts, 1730. Revised and printed as: The Tragedy of Tragedies; Or the Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great. London: J. Roberts, 1731. Both texts are reproduced in: Henry Fielding. Tom Thumb and The Tragedy of Tragedies. Ed. L. J. Morrissey. The Fountainwell Drama Texts, 14. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1970.

Flood, Julie B. "Merlin." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 2-3.

Footman, Jennifer. "Creator." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 15. (A Merlin poem.)

Forbush, William Byron, compiler. Songs of the Knights of King Arthur. Detroit: The Knights of King Arthur, 1911.

Forbush, William Byron and Frank Lincoln Masseck. The Boys' Round Table: A Manual of the International Order of the Knights of King Arthur. 6th ed. rewritten. Potsdam, NY: Frank Lincoln Masseck, 1908. (1st ed. 1898. Others in 1902, 1903, 1906, & 1907.)

Fowler Wright, S[ydney]. The Riding of Lancelot. London: Fowler Wright, Ltd., 1929. (Available online from the S. Fowler Wright Website.)

Freeman, Keller Cushing. "The Death of Arthur: A Requiem for Six Voices." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 38-45.

[Frere, John Hookham.] Prospectus and Specimen of an Intended National Work. By William and Robert Whistlecraft, of Stowmarket, in Suffolk, Harness and Collar-Makers. Intended to Comprise the Most Interesting Particulars Relating to King Arthur and His Round Table. Bath: H. E. Carrington, 1842.

Fry, Christopher. Thor with Angels: A Play. London: Oxford University Press, 1949. (An acting edition of the play was printed by H. J. Goulden in Canterbury in 1948.)

Fulford, William. Saul, A Dramatic Poem; Elizabeth, An Historical Ode; And Other Poems. London: Bell and Daldy, 1862.
    "The Lament of Palomides" (pp. 189-93)
    "The Last Meeting of Lancelot and Guinevere" (pp. 180-88)
    "The Slain Knight" (pp. 194-96)

Fullarton, Ralph Macleod. Merlin: A Dramatic Poem. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1890.

Fuller, John G. Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court: A Comedy in Three Acts. Boston: Walter H. Baker Co., 1941.

Furst, Clyde. Merlin. New York: n.p., 1930. (Back page indicates "Three hundred copies printed by D. B. Updike, The Merrymount Press, Boston.")

Gareth, David. "Arthur's Lament for Merlin." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 6-7.

Garratt, Peter T. "The Battle Song of Artor the War Leader." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 30-32.

Garrick, David. Arthur and Emmeline: An Entertainment of Two Acts, Abridged from the Masque of King Arthur, As Altered from Dryden. London: Printed for R. Baldwin, S. Bladon, W. Nicoll, A. Strahan, and W. Lowndes, 1786.

[Garrick, David.] King Arthur : or, The British Worthy. A Masque by Mr. Dryden. London: A. Strahan, L. Hawes & Co., T. Davies, T. Lownds, T. Becket, and W. Griffin, 1770. [First ed. of Garrick's adaptation of Dryden's King Arthur.]

Garton, J. A. The Bowman: A Play of the Days of King Arthur.Eton: Spottiswood, Ballantyne & Co., 1931.

Gibson, Henry R. The Maid of Redenfayn: An Allegory of Two Worlds in Three Books. 2d ed. Knoxville, TN: Gaut-Ogden Co., 1908. (Only a couple of Arthurian allusions in a very long poem, but also back cover ill. reproduces Watts' Sir Galahad and names the depicted knight after one of the knights in the story.)

Gibson, Wilfrid Wilson. "The Queen's Crags." In Borderlands. London: Elkin Mathews, 1914. Pp. 9-28.

Gignillat, Thomas Heyward. Merlinson: A Play in Verse. Savannah: Pigeonhole Press, 1963.

[Glasscock, F. T.] The Book of the Fellowship of the Knights of the Round Table of King Arthur. King Arthur's Hall, Tintagel, n.p., [1929].

[Glasscock, F. T.] King Arthur: The Symbolic Story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table and the Twofold Quest. King Arthur's Hall, Tintagel: n.p., 1931.

[Glasscock, F. T.]. The Symbolic Meaning of the Story of King Arthur. King Arthur's Hall, Tintagel: n.p., [1929].

Glennie, John Stuart Stuart. King Arthur or the Drama of the Revolution. Vol. 1: Prologue and Overture. London: Trübner, 1867.

Glennie, John Stuart Stuart. King Arthur or the Drama of the Revolution. Vol. 2: Play the First: The Quest for Merlin. London: Trübner, 1870.

Goddard, Charles W. Elaine's Last Experience: A Play in Two Acts. New York: Star Co., 1915.

Goldowsky, Barbara. "Lancelot." The Round Table 5 (1989): 22-23.

Goldowsky, Barbara. "The Love Letter." The Round Table 5 (1989): 21. (References to Lancelot and Guinevere.)

Gordon, Adam Lindsay. "The Rhyme of Joyous Guard." In The Poems of Adam Lindsay Gordon. London: T. N. Foulis, 1912. Pp. 239-52.

Gotera, Vince. "Gawain's Rap." In The Wooster Review 9 (Spring 1989): 29.

Graff, Irvine. The Return of Arthur. Boston: The Stratford Co., 1922.

Gray, Frances Angevine. Signature of Time. Portland, Maine: House of Falmouth, 1968.
    "Comrade to Galahad" (p. 19)
    "Glastonbury Abbey." (p. 23)

Gray, Nicholas Stuart. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Play. Ill. Victor Ambrus. London: Dennis Dobson, 1969.

Green, Robert Montraville. The Round Table: An Arthurian Romance Epic. Vol. 1. Boston: Eliot Press, 1955. (Vol. 1 may be the only vol. of this privately printed poem. Title page lists 1955 as date of publication; but copyright date is 1956.)

Gregg, Arthur Eugene. The Quest of the Holy Grail: A Dramatic Recital for Boys. Potsdam, NY: F. L. Masseck, 1909.

Greville, Fulke, Baron Brooke. "Sonnet XXIII" from Caelica. In Certaine Learned and Elegant Workes of the Right Honorable Fulke Lord Brooke, Written in His Youth, and Familiar Exercise with Sir Philip Sidney. London: Henry Soyle, 1633.

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Grey, John. "Two Arthurs." The Round Table 5 (1989): 45.

Guiterman, Arthur. A Ballad-Maker's Pack. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1921.
    "Gawaine's Choice" (p. 91)
    "King Arthur and the Half-Man" (pp. 72-74)
    "Lancelot" (pp. 83-84)
    "Legend" (pp. 85-86)
    "The Perfect Marriage" [A Merlin poem] (p. 75)
    "Queen Iseult's Bell" (p. 87)
    "To Sir Thomas Mallory" (p. 71)

Gunn, Thom. "Merlin in the Cave: He Speculates Without a Book." Poetry 86 (1955): 125-28. (Reprinted in New Poets of England and America: An Anthology. Ed. Donald Hall, Robert Pack, and Louis Simpson. Intro. by Robert Frost. Cleveland and New York: Meridian Books/World Publishing Co., 1957.)

H., A. "The Fall of Galahad." Spectator 95 (21 October 1905): 609.

H., J. "Lines Supposed to Have Been Written on Saint Michael's Mount, Cornwall." The European Magazine and London Review 62 (1812): 450.

Hagedorn, Hermann, Jr. The Silver Blade: A Drama in One Act. Berlin: Alfred Unger, 1907.

Hall, John Lesslie. Old English Idylls. Boston: Ginn & Co., 1899.
    "The Calling of Hengist and Horsa" (pp. 1-10)
    "Cerdic and Arthur" (pp. 47-58)
    "The Death of Horsa" (pp. 34-46)
    "The Lady Rowena" (pp. 20-33)
    "The Landing of Hengist and Horsa" (pp. 11-19)

Hamley, General Edward. "Sir Tray: An Arthurian Idyl." Blackwoods (Jan. 1873): 120-24.

Hardy, Thomas. The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall at Tintagel in Lyonnesse: A New Version of an Old Story Arranged as a Play for Mummers in One Act Requiring No Theatre or Scenery. London: Macmillan, 1923. (The American edition--New York: Macmillan, 1923--was limited to 1000 copies.)

Hardy, Thomas. "When I Set out for Lyonnesse." In Satires of Circumstance, Lyrics and Reveries with Miscellaneous Pieces. London: Macmillan, 1914 (but written in 1870). P. 20.

Hare, Amory (pseudonym of Mrs. James Pemberton Hutchinson). Tristram and Iseult: A Play by Amory Hare with Scenes by Wharton Esherick. Gaylordsville, CT: The Slide Mountain Press, 1930. Limited to 450 copies signed by the author and artist.

Harsent, David. Gawain: A Libretto. London: Universal Edition, 1991.

Hart, Jack. The Lady of the Fountain. Independence, Missouri: The International University Press, 1986.

Hawker, Robert Stephen. Cornish Ballads and Other Poems. Oxford: James Parker and Co., 1869.
    "The Doom-Well of St. Madron" (pp. 41-43)
    "King Arthur's Waes-hael" (pp. 170-71)
    "Queen Guennivar's Round" (pp. 168-69)

Hawker, Robert Stephen. The Quest of the Sangraal: Chant the First. Exeter: Printed for the Author, 1864. (Reprinted in Cornish Ballads and Other Poems. Oxford: James Parker and Co., 1869. Pp. 180-203.)

Hayne, Paul Hamilton. "Tristram of the Wood." In Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne. Boston: D. Lothrop, 1882. Pp. 245-46.

Haywood, Eliza, and William Hatchett. The Opera of Operas, or, Tom Thumb the Great alter'd from The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great; and Set to Musick after the Italian Manner. London: Printed for William Rayner, 1733.

Hearn, Isabel. Queen Herzeleid, or Sorrow-of-Heart: An Episode in the Boyhood of the Hero Parzival: Poetic Play in Three Acts. London: Nutt, 1911.

Heath-Stubbs, John. Artorius. London: Enitharmon Press, 1973. Limited to 315 copies.

Heath-Stubbs, John. Artorius. London: Enitharmon Press, 1974. 2d ed., rvsd. & corrected.

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Hemans, Mrs. [Felicia]. "Taliesin's Prophecy." In A Selection of Welsh Melodies with Symphonies and Accompaniments by John Parry and Characteristic Words by Mrs. Hemans. London: J. Power, 1822. P. 37. (Music appears on pp. 35-36.)

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Heywood, Thomas. The Life of Merlin, Sirnamed Ambrosius. His Prophesies, and Predictions Interpreted; And Their Truth Made Good by Our English Annalls. Being a Chronographicall History of All the Kings, and Memorable Passages of This Kingdome, from Brute to the Reigne of our Royall Soveraigne King Charles. London: J. Okes, 1641.

Heywood, Thomas. The Life of Merlin, Surnamed Ambrosius; His Prophecies and Predictions Interpreted, And Their Truth Made Good by our English Annals: Being a Chronographical History of All the Kings and Memorable Passages of This Kingdom, From Brute to the Reign of King Charles. Carmarthen: J. Evans, 1812.

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Hill, Graham. Guinevere: A Tragedy in Three Acts. London: Elkin Mathews, 1906.

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Hovey, Richard. The Birth of Galahad. Boston: Small Maynard and Co., 1898. (Reprinted: New York: Duffield and Co., 1909.) 

Hovey, Richard. The Holy Graal and Other Fragments by Richard Hovey: Being the Uncompleted Parts of the Arthurian Dramas. Ed. w. intro. & notes by Mrs. Richard Hovey and a Preface by Bliss Carman. New York: Duffield, 1907.

Hovey, Richard. "The Last Love of Gawaine." In To the End of the Trail. Ed. w. notes by Mrs. Richard Hovey. New York: Duffield, 1908. P. 144.

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Hovey, Richard. Launcelot and Guenevere: A Poem in Dramas. New York: John W. Lovell Co., 1891. (Reprinted: Chicago: Stone & Kimball, 1895 and Boston: Small Maynard and Co., 1898.)
    The Marriage of Guenevere: A Tragedy (pp. 89-263)
    The Quest of Merlin (pp.21-88)

Hovey, Richard. Taliesin: A Masque. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1900.

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Hume, Cyril. Myself and the Young Bowman: And Other Fantasies. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1932. Limited to 1500 signed copies.
    "Dialogue" [Dialogue between Tristan and Iseult.] (pp. 126-127)
    "Song for Camelot" (p. 125)
    "To Elaine in Avalon" (p. 18)
    "Uther's Blood" (pp. 123-24)

Hylton, J. Dunbar. Arteloise: A Romance of King Arthur and Knights of the Round Table. Palmyra, NJ: The Hylton Publishing Co., 1877.

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Jacobs, Maria. Iseult, We Are Barren. Windsor, Ontario: Netherlandic Press, 1987.

Jagendorf, Moritz Adolf. Gareth and Lynette. In Plays for Club School and Camp. New York: French, 1935. Pp. 79-119.

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Jones, Frank. H. The Life and Death of King Arthur: A Play. London: Macmillan, 1930.

Jones, Thomas. "Christ in Britain" (a sonnet sequence). In The Book of Sonnet Sequences. Ed. Houston Peterson. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1929. Pp. 413-29. (A sonnet sequence, including several Arthurian sonnets.)

Jones, Thomas S., Jr. Shadow of the Perfect Rose: Collected Poems. With a Memoir and Notes by John L. Foley. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1937.
    "Arthur" (pp. 120-21)
    "The Holy Thorn of Glastonbury" (pp. 92-93)
    "Merlin's Cave" (p. 202)
    "Taliesin" (p. 121)
    "Yniswitrin: Glastonbury Abbey" (p. 71)

Jonson, Ben. The Speeches at Prince Henries Barriers. In Ben Jonson, Vol. 7. Ed. C. H. Herford, Percy and Evelyn Simpson. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1952. (Written for the investiture of Henry, eldest son of James, as Prince of Wales in 1610. First printed in the folio of 1616.)

Kelly, Robert. "The Beguiling of Merlin." In The Convections. Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1978. Limited to 250 copies signed by the author.) Pp. 121-24.

Kendon, Frank. Tristram. London: J. M. Dent, 1934.

Kennedy, Charles Rann. The Seventh Trumpet. New York: French, 1942.

Kernaghan, Eileen. "The Chalice Well, Glastonbury." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 17.

Kesey, Ken. "Tarnished Galahad," a poem used as an epigraph to the non-Arthurian essays in Demon Box. New York: Viking, 1986.

Keyes, Sidney. "The Grail." In The Collected Poems of Sidney Keyes. Ed. with a memoir and notes by Michael Meyer. Preface by Herbert Read. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1947. P. 110.

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Kimball, Hannah Parker. Merlin Revivified and the Hermit. Poet-Lore 12, no. 4 (1900): 537-40. (A brief dialogue between Merlin and a hermit.)

King, Vivian Smallwood. "Merlin to Vivien." In Contemporary American Women Poets. Ed. Tooni Gordi. New York: Henry Harrison, 1936. P. 269.

Kinross, Martha. Tristram & Isoult. London: Macmillan, 1913.

Kneehigh Theatre. Tristan & Yseult. In Tristan & Yseult, The Bacchae, The Wooden Frock, The Red Shoes. London: Oberon Books, 2005. Pp. 15-61. (Written by Carl Grose, Anna Maria Murphy, and Emma Rice for the Kneehigh Theatre.)

Koopman, Harry Lyman. Orestes: A Dramatic Sketch and Other Poems. Buffalo, NY: Moulton, Wenborne & Co., 1888.
    "The Death of Guinevere" (pp. 28-30)
    "My Galahad" (p. 149)

LaBombard, Joan. "The Magician." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 13-14.

Lacy, Norris. "Avalon." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 59.

Lancelot and Guinevere: A Study in Three Scenes. London: Bell, 1919. (Anonymous.)

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Lee, Thomas H. The Marriage of Iseult: A Tragedy in Two Scenes. In The Marriage of Iseult and Other Plays. London: Elkin Mathews, 1909.

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Leigh, Joseph. Illustrations of the Fulfilment of the Prediction of Merlin Occasioned by the Late Outrageous Attack of the British Ship of War the Leopard, on the American Frigate Chesapeake, and the Measures Taken by the President, Supported by the Citizens Thereon. Portsmouth, N. H.: Printed for the Author, 1807.

Leitch, Mary Sinton. "Tintagel." In Contemporary American Women Poets. Ed. Tooni Gordi. New York: Henry Harrison, 1936. P. 281.

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Levey, Sivori. Guinevere and Arthur: Adapted from Tennyson's "Idylls of the King." Pilgrimage Plays, No. 4. London: Fountain Publishing Co., n.d. [c. 1920].

Levey, Sivori. Sir Gareth's Quest: Adapted from Tennyson's "Idylls of the King" and Arranged for Costume Presentation. The Pilgrimage Plays, No. 3. London: Fountain Publishing Co., n.d. [c. 1920].

Lewis, Charlton Miner. Gawayne and the Green Knight: A Fairy Tale. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1903. (A comic retelling of the medieval story in couplets.) (Reprinted: New Haven: Yale University Press, 1913.)

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Lewis, Morris. “Llyn Owain: A Legend of the Vale of Towy.” In Idylls and Lyrics. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co., 1896. Pp. 126-30.

Lewis, Sinclair. Launcelot. Printed by the Harvard Press for Harvey Taylor, n.d.. Limited edition of 100 copies. (This pamphlet contains the text of the short poem "Launcelot," Lewis's first published work, which appeared in the Yale Literary Magazine in 1904.)

Leyden, John. Scenes of Infancy: Descriptive of Teviotdale. Edinburgh: James Ballantyne, 1803.

Lindsay, Vachel. "King Arthur's Men Have Come Again." In General William Booth Enters into Heaven and Other Poems. New York: M. Kennerley, 1913. Pp. 32-33.

Lindsay, Vachel. "Shantung, or the Empire of China is Crumbling Down." In The Golden Whales of California & Other Rhymes in the American Language. New York: Macmillan, 1920. Pp. 45-56.

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(Reprinted in Love-Lore and Other Early and Late Poems. Hamden, CT: Appledore Press, 1895. Limited to 100 copies signed by the author. Pp. 69-75.)

Locksley, Dervin. "Arthur's Knights Tackle Caesar's Senators." A poem in The Boy Scouts Year Book. Ed. Franklin K. Mathews. New York and London: D. Appleton and Co. for the Boy Scouts of America, 1930. Pp. 157-59.

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Love, Stewart and William D. Cumming. King Arthur. In Plays for Reading and Recording. Boston: Plays, Inc., 1966.

Lowell, James Russell. The Vision of Sir Launfal. Cambridge: George Nichols, 1848.

Lucas, Barbara. A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993.
    "Guinevere's Farewell" (p. 9)
    "Lancelot's Farewell" (p. 8)

Lunn, Jean. "Elegy for Camelot." The Round Table 5 (1989): 54-55.

Lupack, Alan. Arthurian Lyrics. N.p. [Rochester, NY]: n.p. [privately printed], n.d. [1986]. (Limited to 25 signed copies of a pamphlet containing four Arthurian poems.)

Lupack, Alan. "At a Performance of Tomaszewski's Knights of King Arthur." A Poem in The Third Wind: A Journal of Poetry & Myth (Spring 1984): 78.

Lupack, Alan. "Bedivere Contemplates Camelot" and "Guinevere's Farewell to Arthur." 2 poems in Negative Capability 5, no. 2 (Spring 1985): 162-63.

Lupack, Alan. "Comet Over Camelot." A poem in Star*line: The Newsletter of the Science Fiction Poetry Association 9, issue 6 (Nov.-Dec. 1986): 3.

Lupack, Alan. The Dream of Camelot. Vista, CA: Green Chapel Books, 1990.

Lyle, Walter. Badon Mountain: A Narrative Poem in the English Tradition. London: The Mitre Press, 1969.

Lyman, Dean B[elden], Jr. "To Launcelot and the Rest." In The Last Lutanist and Other Poems. New Haven Yale University Press, 1923. Pp. 20-21.

Lytton, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron [Bulwer-Lytton, Sir Edward]. King Arthur. 2 vols. London: Henry Colburn, 1848-49. (This first ed. was published anonymously; a second edition--London: Henry Colburn--with the author name was published in 1849.)

Lytton, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron. "The Fairy Bride" [a retelling of Lanval]. In The Poetical and Dramatic Works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton. London: Chapman and Hall, 1852-54.

Lytton, Robert Lord. See: Owen Meredith.

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Macleish, Archibald. "Bleheris." In Miscellany of American Poetry, 1927. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1927. Pp. 225-30.

Macliesh, A. Fleming. The Destroyers. New York: The John Day Co., 1942.

Marquis, Don. Out of the Sea: A Play in Four Acts. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1927.

Marquis, Don. Sonnets to a Red-Haired Lady and Famous Love Affairs. Drawings by Stuart Hay. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1929.
    "Lancelot and Guinevere" (pp. 122-25)
    "Tristram and Isolt" (pp. 73-80)

Masefield, John. Midsummer Night and Other Tales in Verse. London: Wm. Heinemann, 1928. (Limited to 275 copies signed by the author. There was also a trade edition.)

Masefield, John. Minnie Maylow's Story and Other Tales and Scenes. New York: Macmillan, 1931. (Limited to 350 copies signed by the author. There was also a trade edition.)
    "The Love Gift" (pp. 33-40)
    "Tristan's Singing" (pp. 43-54)

Masefield, John. "Tristan and Isolt." In On the Hill. London: William Heinemann, 1949. Pp. 77-88.

Masefield, John. "The Ballad of Sir Bors." In Poems. 2 vols. New York: Macmillan, 1925. 1: 115.

Masefield, John. Tristan and Isolt: A Play in Verse. London: Wm. Heinemann, 1927. (Limited to 275 copies signed by the author.)

Masters, Edgar Lee. Songs and Satires. New York: Macmillan, 1916.
    "Ballad of Launcelot and Elaine" (pp. 140-48)
    "The Death of Sir Launcelot" (pp. 149-55)

Matthews, John. Merlin in Calydon. Somerset: Hunting Raven Press, 1981. (Limited to 325 copies.)

Maynard, Theodore. "The Last Knight." In The Last Knight and Other Poems. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1920. Pp. 6-8.

McCann, Janet. "Merlin." In CEA Critic 43.4 (May 1981): 15.

McCloskey, George V. A. "The Flight of Guinevere." In The Flight of Guinevere and Other Poems. New York: Authors and Publishers Corp., 1921. Pp. 7-24. (Reprinted in The Flight of Guinevere and Other Poems, 2nd ed., revised and enlarged. New York: Authors and Publishers Corp., 1928. Pp. 15-31.)

McCloskey, George V. A. "Nimue to Merlin."  In A Bookfellow Anthology. Ed. George Steele Seymour.  Cedar Rapids, IA: Torch Press, 1927.  Pp. 138-39. (Reprinted in The Flight of Guinevere and Other Poems, 2nd ed., revised and enlarged. New York: Authors and Publishers Corp., 1928. Pp. 31-33.)

McGarvey, Margaret. "At Astolat." In D*Dawn and Other Poems. Darien, Georgia: The Ashantilly Press, 1964. Pp. 28-29.

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Meredith, Owen (pseud. of Robert, Lord Lytton). The Poetical Works. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, n.d.
    "Elayne le Blanc" (pp. 379-84)
    "The Parting of Lancelot and Guenevere" (pp. 369-74)
    "Queen Guenevere" (pp. 383-84)

Merington, Marguerite. The Testing of Sir Gawayne: All Hallowe'en. In A Treasury of Plays for Children. Ed. Montrose J. Moses. Ill. Tony Sarg. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1926. Pp. 107-36.

Middleton, Thomas. The Mayor of Quinborough: A Comedy. As It Hath Been Often Acted with Much Applause at Black-Fryers, by His Majesties Servants. London: Herringman, 1661. (Reprinted: Hengist, King of Kent or The Mayor of Queenborough. Ed. R. C. Bald. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938.) (The play was written between 1615 and 1620.)

Millay, Edna St. Vincent. "Elaine." In Second April. New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1921. Pp. 56-57.

Millay, Edna St. Vincent. "Tristan." In Mine the Harvest: A Collection of New Poems. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1954. Pp. 39-42.

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Miller, J. Corson. "Sir Galahad’s Vision of the Virgin." Catholic World 108 (19 Feb. 1919): 626-27.

Miller, J. Corson. Cup of the Years. Boston: Bruce Humphries, Inc., 1934. (Limited to 500 copies.)
    "Dagonet Makes a Song for the Queen" (pp. 66-67)
    "Sunset Pantomime" (p. 43)

Miller, J. Corson. A Horn from Caerleon. New York: Harold Vinal, 1927.
    "Dagonet Makes a Song for the King" (p. 57)
    "Guenevere" (p. 38)
    "A Horn from Caerleon" (p. 105)

Miller, Jeremy M. The Death of Arthur, the Play of Winter. Brookline, MA: published by the author, 1982.

Miller, R. E. "Against Time." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 13. (Refers to Wolfram's Parzifal.)

Milman, H. H. Samor, Lord of the Bright City: An Heroic Poem. London: John Murray, 1818.

Mitchell, Adrian. "The Owl Song." In On the Beach at Cambridge: New Poems. London: Allison & Busby, 1984. P. 19. (A Merlin poem.)

Mitchell, D. M. Sir Tristram: A Tragedy in Four Acts. London: Fowler and Wright, 1927.

Mitchell, S. Weir. "How Lancelot Came to the Nunnery in Search of the Queen." In A Masque and Other Poems. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1887. Pp. 44-46.

Mitchell, S. Weir. "The Shriving of Guinevere." In The Hill of Stones and Other Poems. Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Co., 1883. Pp. 33-39.

Mnookin, Wendy. Guenever Speaks. Ill. Deborah Davidson. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1991. (A sequence of poems in Guenever's voice.) (The poems "Guenever Plots Against Elaine" and "Guenever Views the Corpse of Elaine" first appeared in The Round Table 5 (1989): 19 & 20. The poem "Guenever Speaks" appeared in The Round Table 4.1&2 [1987]: 46-51. This poem becomes Guenever Retreats to Almesbury after Arthur's Death," "Guenever Returns from the Garden," and the "Epilogue" in the volume Guenever Speaks.)

Money-Coutts, F. B. "A Ballad of Cornwall." The Yellow Book: An Illustrated Quarterly 11 (Oct. 1896): 45-47.

Money-Coutts, F. B. "Sir Dagonet's Quest." The Yellow Book: An Illustrated Quarterly 13 (April 1897): 107-09.

[Money-Coutts, F. B.] Coutts, Francis. King Arthur: A Trilogy of Lyrical Dramas Founded on the Morte D'Arthur of Sir Thomas Malory. London: Privately printed by John Lane, 1897.

[Money-Coutts, F. B.] Coutts, Francis. The Romance of King Arthur. London: John Lane, 1907.
    "The Death of Launcelot" [poem] (pp. 187-211)
    Launcelot du Lake [play] (pp. 89-186)
    Merlin [play] (pp. 39-87)
    "Uther Pendragon" [poem] (pp. 1-38)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail. (Screenplay of the movie.) Monty Python's Second Movie: A First Draft. By Graham Chapman, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, Eric Idle & John Cleese. New York: Methuen, 1980.

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Morland, Harold. The Matter of Britain. With an intro. by Kathleen Raine. Frome, Somerset: The Hunting Raven Press for Graal Publications, 1984.

Morris, Sir Lewis. "Sir Galahad" In Harvest-Tide. London: Kegan Paul, 1901. Pp. 127-28.

Morris, William. The Collected Works of William Morris: With Introductions by His Daughter May Morris. Vol. 24. London: Longmans Green and Co., 1915.
    "In Arthur's House"  [The poem, written c. 1870, is incomplete.] (pp. 316-28)
    "Palomydes' Quest"  [This is an early poem which was never completed.] (pp. 70-71)
    "St. Agnes' Convent" [This is an early poem which was never completed.] (pp. 68-69)

Morris, William. The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems. Rptd. from the Kelmscott Press ed., as revised by the author. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1900. (Originally published: London: Bell and Daldy, 1858.)
    "The Chapel in Lyoness" (pp. 57-64)
    "The Defence of Guenevere" (pp. 1-17)
    "A Good Knight in Prison" (pp. 148-54)
    "King Arthur's Tomb" (pp. 19-42)
    "Near Avalon" (pp. 239-40)
    "Sir Galahad, A Christmas Mystery" (pp. 43-56)
    "Sir Peter Harpdon's End" [Only the end has Arthurian content, a reference to Lancelot and a song that is sung about him.] (pp. 67-109)

Muir, Edwin. "Merlin." In Collected Poems. New York: The Grove Press, 1953. Pp. 51-52.

Mumford, Ethel Watts. Merlin and Vivian: A Lyrical Drama. (Music: Henry Hadley, Op. 52. Merlin and Vivian: A Lyric Drama For Chorus, Soli and Orchestra. Poem by Ethel Watts Mumford.) New York: Schirmer, 1907.

Neilson, Frederick Brooke. King Arthur and ye Knights of ye Table Rounde: Or "The Women in Gray," A Burlesque Written Expressly for Performance by the Mask and Wig Club, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Avil Printing, 1894.

Nesbitt, Patricia. "He Rides Out." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 17.

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Newell, William Wells. Isolt's Return. Wayland, MA: Privately Printed, [1907].

Nicolson, J. U. "Before Dawn." In King of the Black Isles. Chicago: Covici-McGee Co., 1924. Pp. 48-57. (A monologue by Guinevere.) (Also contains "If" and "Romance", which use Arthurian allusions.)

Nieman, Valerie. "Elaine the Fair Accuses Lancelot." The Camelot Project, 2007.

Nieman [Colander], Valerie. "The Naming of the Lost." The Round Table 5 (1989): 4-10. (A Merlin and Nimue poem.)

Norris, Leslie. "Merlin & the Snake's Egg." In Merlin & the Snake's Egg: Poems by Leslie Norris. Ill. Ted Lewin. New York: Viking, 1978. Pp. 44-46. (Juvenile poem.)

Norwood, Robert. “Geraint.” In The Piper and the Reed. New York: George H. Doran Co., 1917. P. 105.

Noyes, Alfred. "Riddles of Merlin." In The Elfin Artist and Other Poems. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1920. Pp. 60-62.  (Collected Poems, vol. 4. Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1927, pp. 182-84, contains: "Riddles of Merlin" in a version expanded from that in The Elfin Artist.)

O'Hara, Kane. Tom Thumb: A Burletta, As It Is Now Performed at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Hay-Market. Altered from Henry Fielding, Esq. London: Cawthorn, 1805.

Ormerod, James. Tristram's Tomb and Other Poems. London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot, 1928.
    Meliagrance and Guinevere [A play in three scenes.] (pp. 79-100)
    St. Joseph of Arimathea [A play in one scene.] (pp. 117-27)
    "Tristram's Tomb" (pp. 9-13)

Ostriker, Alicia. "Tristan Dying." The Sewanee Review 73.1 (Winter 1965): 18.

Padmore, E. S. The Death of Arthur: The Story of the Holy Grail. London: Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1936.

Palfrey, Sara Hammond. "King Arthur in Avalon" In King Arthur in Avalon and Other Poems. Boston: W. B. Clarke Co., 1900. Pp. 1-15.

Parker, Dorothy. Death and Taxes. New York: Viking, 1931.
    "Guinevere at Her Fireside" (pp. 42-43)
    "Iseult of Brittany" (p. 39)

Payne, John. "The Romaunt of Sir Floris." In The Masque of Shadows and Other Poems. London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1870. Pp. 145-222.

Peacock, Thomas Love. Sir Hornbook; or, Childe Launcelot's Expedition, a Grammatico-Allegorical Ballad. London: Sharpe and Hailes, 1814. (Reprinted in The Works of Thomas Love Peacock, vol. 6: Poems. London: Constable, 1927, pp. 263-76.)

Peacock, Thomas Love. The Round Table; or King Arthur's Feast. London: John Arliss, 1817. (Reprinted in The Works of Thomas Love Peacock, vol. 6: Poems. London: Constable, 1927, pp. 315-34.)

Pennie, John Fitzgerald. The Dragon King. In Britain's Historical Drama: A Series of National Tragedies. London: Maundewr, 1832.

Percy, Thomas. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and Other Pieces of Our Earlier Poets (Chiefly of the Lyric Kind.) Together with Some Few of Later Date. 3 vols. London: J. Dodsley, 1765.
    "The Boy and the Mantle" (III: 1-11)
    "King Arthur's Death" (III: 28-36)
    "King Ryence's Challenge" (III: 25-27)
    "The Legend of King Arthur" (III: 37-41)
    "The Marriage of Sir Gawain" (III: 11-24)
    "Sir Lancelot du Lake" (I: 181-86)

Percy, William Alexander. The Collected Poems of William Alexander Percy. Foreword by Roark Bradford. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943.
    "A Brittany Idyll" (pp. 265-70)
    "The Green Bird Seeth Iseult" (pp. 243-44)
    "In the Cold Bright Wind" (p. 242)

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. "Afterward." Independent 32 (22 July 1880): 1. (Reprinted as "Guinevere" in Songs of the Silent World. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1891, pp. 59-63.)

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. "Elaine and Elaine." Independent 35 (7 June 1883): 35. (Reprinted in Songs of the Silent World. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1891, pp. 77-78.)

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. "The Terrible Test." Sunday Afternoon 1 (Jan. 1878): 49. (Reprinted in Songs of the Silent World. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1891, pp. 92-93.)

Phillips, Stephen. "The Parting of Launcelot and Guinevere." In New Poems. London: John Lane, 1908. Pp. 105-07.

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Pocock, Isaac. King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table: A New Grand Chivalric Entertainment in Three Acts. London: John Miller, 1834.

Pomeroy, Florence M. Tristan and Iseult: An Epic Poem in Twelve Books. London: The Bodley Head, 1958.

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Potter, Janice Miller, "The Swans of Camelot." The Camelot Project, 2007.

Pound, Omar. Pissle and the Holy Grail. Revere, PA: Woolmer/Brotherson, 1987.

Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. Lillian: A Fairy Tale. London: Knight, 1823. (Reprinted in The Poetical Works of Winthrop Mackworth Praed. Now First Collected by Rufus W. Griswold. New York: Henry G. Langley. 1844. Pp. 13-37.)

Pratt, Laurence. "Ballad of White Magic." In New American Legends. Mill Valley, CA: The Wings Press, 1958. Pp. 74-79. (A poem about Merlin and Houdini.)

Prince, Ælian. Of Joyous Gard. London: E. W. Allen, 1890.

Prince, Ælian. Of Palomide. London: E. W. Allen, 1890.

Puhak, Shelley. Guinevere in Baltimore. Oxon, UK (& Baltimore, MD): Waywiser, 213.

Purcell, Henry. King Arthur and the Saxons: An Operetta or Cantata for Equal Voices in Two Parts Designed and Arranged from Dryden's King Arthur, or the British Worthy. Arranged by W. Gillies Whittaker and Jane Dawkins. London: Oxford University Press, n.d. (Vocal score.)

Purnell, Charles William. "The Modern Arthur." In The Modern Arthur and Other Poems. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., 1912. Pp. 3-21.

Raab, Lawrence. "Merlin." In Mysteries of the Horizon. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972. Pp. 84-85.

Raleigh, Walter. The Riddle: A Pleasant Pastoral Comedy Adapted from "The Wife of Bath's Tale" as It Is Set Forth in the Works of Master Geoffrey Chaucer. In Modern Short Plays by John Drinkwater, Sir Walter Raleigh, Lady Gregory, Laurence Binyon, "Saki" (H. H. Munro), Eden Phillpots, Lord Dunsany. London: University of London Press, 1930. Pp. 33-56.

Ramsden, Robert. "Tristan's Secret." Outposts 160 (Spring 1989): 6.

Rawe, Donald R. Geraint, Last of the Arthurians: A Play. Padstow: Lodenek Press, 1972.

Reade, John. "The Prophecy of Merlin." In The Prophecy of Merlin and Other Poems. Montreal: Dawson Brothers, 1870. Pp. 3-28.

Reakes, Paul. King Arthur: A Pantomime Adventure in Camelot. London: Samuel French, 1997.

Reed, Henry. "Tintagel." In A Map of Verona. London: Jonathan Cape, 1946. A sequence containing 4 poems:
    "Tristram" (pp. 44-45)
    "Iseult Blaunchesmains" (pp. 46-47)
    "King Mark" (pp. 48-49)
    "Iseult la Belle" (pp. 50-51)

Reedman, Janet P. "Morgan's Lament." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 54.

Reese, Lizette Woodworth. "Guinevere in Almesbury Convent." In A Handful of Lavender. Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1892.

Reynolds, Ernest. Tristram and Iseult. Nottingham: John Clough & Son, 1930.

Reynolds, Ernest Randolph. Mephistopheles and the Golden Apples of the Sun: A Fantastic Symphony in Seven Movements. Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons Ltd., 1943. (Some of the scenes are Arthurian: VI. Merlin at Tintagel; VII. Merlin's Pantomime; VIII. Interlude at Tintagel; IX. Tristram and Iseult.)

Reynolds, Marion Lee. Geraint of Devon. Boston: Sherman, French & Co., 1916.

Rhodes, W[illiam] H[enry]. "Rosenthal's Elaine." In Caxton's Book: A Collection of Essays, Poems, Tales and Sketches. Ed. Daniel O'Connell. San Francisco: A. L. Bancroft, 1876. Pp. 171-73. (Rpt. with a new intro. by Sam Moskowitz: Westport, CT: Hyperion Press, 1974.)

Rhys, Ernest. Enid: A Lyric Play. London: J. M. Dent, 1908.

Rhys, Ernest. Gwenevere: A Lyric Play. Music by Vincent Thomas. London: J. M. Dent, 1905.

Rhys, Ernest. "Broceliande." Harper's Monthly Magazine 112 (1906): 265.

Rhys, Ernest. Lays of the Round Table and Other Lyric Romances. London: J. M. Dent, 1905.
    "Alice la Belle Pilgrim" [Morgan le Fay and Alisander le Orphelin.] (pp. 13-14)
    "Arthur's Grave" (p. 63)
    "The Battle of Two Knights: Or the Lay of the Peron-Stone, and the Refrain of the Dead Lady, Columbe, Who Loved the King of Ireland's Son" (pp. 7-12)
    "The City of Sarras" (pp. 41-44)
    "Dedication: To Grania, with the Rose of Old Romance" (pp. v-vi)
    "The Dolorous Stroke" (p. 28)
    "L'Envoi: The Mirror of Romance" (pp. 94-96)
    "The Lady Called 'White Hands'" (p. 6)
    "The Lament of Sir Ector de Maris" (pp. 51-53)
    "The Last Sleep of Sir Launcelot" (pp. 49-50)
    "The Lay of King Mark" (pp. 21-22)
    "The Lay of Surluse" [Launcelot and La Cote Male Taile.] (pp. 29-33)
    "The Lay That Had No End" [Arthur's Death.] (pp. 60-61)
    "The Quest of the Grail: On the Eve" (pp. 39-40)
    "The Ring of True Love" [Gareth and Lady of Lyonesse.] (pp. 16-17)
    "The Sermon of the Gentlewoman the Which Was Sister to Sir Percivale; Shewing to Sir Galahad the Virtue of the Sword" (pp. 25-27)
    "Sir Launcelot and the Sancgreal" (pp. 45-48)
    "The Song of Dagonet" (p. 18)
    "The Song of Dinadan, and the Refrain of La Belle Isoud [From 'Gwenevere' a Lyric Play]" (pp. 4-5)
    "The Song of the Four Knights: From 'Gwenevere' a Lyric Play" (pp. 36-38)
    "The Song of the Seven Candles" [Guinevere and Kay.] (pp. 56-59)
    "Timor Mortis" (pp. 54-55)
    "The Two Fools (Dagonet's Song)" (pp. 19-20)
    "The Unfinished Book of Bleise" (p. 62)
    "The Wonder-Dream" [The Battle of Bedegraine.] (p. 35)

Rhys, Ernest. The Leaf Burners and Other Poems. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1918.
    "The Castle of Carbonek" (pp. 113-14)
    "Dagonet's Love-Song" (p. 109)
    "La Mort sans Pitié" (pp. 110-12)

Rhys, Ernest. The Masque of the Grail. London: Elkin Mathews, 1908.

Rhys, Ernest. "Dagonet's Canzonet." In The New Poetry: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Verse in English: New and Enlarged Edition. Ed. Harriet Monroe and Alice Corbin Henderson. New York: Macmillan, 1923. (1st ed. was 1917; New and Enlarged Edition first appeared in 1923.)

Rhys, Ernest. The Quest of the Grail: A Masque. London: Blyth, 1915.

Rhys, Ernest. Welsh Ballads and Other Poems. London: David Nutt, 1898.
    "The Coming of Olwen" (pp. 61-62)
    "The Death of Merlin" (pp. 29-40)
    "King Arthur's Sleep" (pp. 20-26)
    "The Lament for Urien" (pp. 92-93)
    "The Waking of King Arthur" (pp. 27-28)

Richards, H. Margaret. Fine Linen: A Play for Holy Week and Easter. London: J. Garnet Miller, 1947.

Riethmuller, Christopher James. Launcelot of the Lake: A Tragedy in Five Acts. London: Chapman and Hall, 1843.

Riley, James Whitcomb. "Guinevere." In The Complete Poetical Works of James Whitcomb Riley. Preface by Donald Culross Peattie. Garden City, NY: Garden City Publishing Co., 1941. P. 156. (This volume also reprints "An Idyl of the King.") ("Guinevere" first appeared in the Indianapolis Journal 4 January 1880.)

Riley, James Whitcomb. "An Idyl of the King." In His Pa's Romance. Ill. Will Vawter. Portrait by John Cecil Clay. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1903. P137-62. (Reprinted in The Complete Poetical Works of James Whitcomb Riley. Preface by Donald Culross Peattie. Garden City, NY: Garden City Publishing Co., 1941. Pp. 106-14.

Roberts, Charles G. D. "Launcelot and the Four Queens." In Orion, and Other Poems. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1880.

Roberts, Theodore Goodridge. The Leather Bottle, Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1934.
    "Love and the Young Knight" (p. 65)
    "Sir Palomides’ Lament" (p. 77)
    "To Camelot" (p. 70)

Robinson, Edwin Arlington. Lancelot: A Poem. New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1920. (1st ltd. edition of 450 copies for the Lyric Society.  There was also a trade edition the same year, also published by Tomas Seltzer.)

Robinson, Edwin Arlington. Merlin: A Poem. New York: Macmillan, 1917.

Robinson, Edwin Arlington. Modred: A Fragment. New York, New Haven, Princeton: Edmond Byrne Hackett, The Brick Row Bookshop, 1929. (Limited to 250 copies signed by Robinson.) (A fragment deleted from Robinson's Lancelot and published for the first time in this ed.)

Robinson, Edwin Arlington. "Siege Perilous." In The Man Against the Sky. New York: Macmillan, 1916. Pp. 87-88.

Robinson, Edwin Arlington. Tristram. New York: Macmillan, 1927. (Limited to 350 signed copies. There was a trade edition published by Macmillan in the same year and the 1st Literary Guild ed. [New York: The Literary Guild, 1927].)

Roche, Judith. "Morganna La Fey: The Lessons." In Ghosts. Port Townsend, WA: Empty Bowl, 1984. P. 45.

Rope, Henry E. G. "The City of the Grail." In The City of the Grail and Other Verses. With a Foreword by Armel O'connor. London: Burnes Oates & Washbourne Ltd., 1923. Pp. 1-2.

Roscoe, J. [James]. "The Iron Gate,—A Legend of Alderley." Blackwood's Magazine 45 (Jan-June 1839): 271-74. [Published with changes in Edgerton Leigh's Ballads and Legends of Cheshire as "The Iron Gates: A Legend of Alderley." London: Longmans & Co., 1867. Pp. 280-291.]

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel. "God's Graal." In The Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Ed. William M. Rossetti. London: Ellis, 1911. P. 239. (The poem was written in 1858 but first published in this 1911 edition of Rossetti's poems.)

Rowley William and William Shakespeare. The Birth of Merlin: Or, The Childe Hath Found His Father, As It Hath Been Several Times Acted with Great Applause. London: Thomas Johnson, 1662. (Shakespeare is no longer believed to be a collaborator.) (Reprinted in: Mark Dominik. William Shakespeare and The Birth of Merlin. New York: Philosophical Library, 1985; and: The Birth of Merlin or The Childe Hath Found His Father. Attributed to William Shakespeare and William Rowley. With Additional Chapters by R. J. Stewart, Denise Coffey and Roy Hudd. Longmead, Shaftesbury, Dorset: Element Books, 1989; and in Arthurian Drama: An Anthology. Ed. Alan Lupack. New York: Garland, 1991. Pp. 3-65.) (Date of the writing of the play is uncertain. c. 1620; first published in 1662.)

Royle, Edwin M. Lancelot and Elaine: A Dramatization of Tennyson's Poem in Prologue and Four Acts. New York: French, 1929.

Rudkin, David. Merlin Unchained. In RedSun and Merlin Unchained. Bristol, UK: Intellect, 2011. Pp. 71-244.

Ryan, W. P. King Arthur in Avalon. London: Andrew S. Curtis, 1934.

Salmon, Arthur L. "The Grail." In Modern Poetry, 1922-34: An Anthology. Compiled by Maurice Woolman. London: Macmillan, 1934.

Saul, George Brandon. The Fair Eselt: A Play. In Hound and Unicorn: Collected Verse--Lyrical, Narrative and Dramatic. Philadelphia: Walton Press, 1969.

Sayers, Dorothy L. OP. I. Oxford: Blackwell, 1916.
    "The Elder Knight" (pp. 61-65)
    "Matter of Brittany" (pp. 56-59)

Schaller, Robert Clark. "The Throne of Merlin." In The Throne of Merlin. Chicago: Argus Books, 1937. Pp. 98-102. (Limited to 750 copies.)

Schubert, David. Works and Days. Princeton: Quarterly Review of Literature, 1983. (Contains the poem "Gawayn and the Green Knight.")

Schwader, Ann K. "Merlin." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 12.

Scott, Dennis. The Fantasy of Sir Gawain & the Green Knight: Adapted by Dennis Scott. With an intro. by the author & a postscript by Mack Scism. New Orleans: Anchorage Press, in association with The O'Neill Center's The National Theater of the Deaf, 1978. (A play.)

Scott, Sir Walter. The Bridal of Triermain, or, The Vale of St. John. Edinburgh: James Ballantyne, 1813.

Scott, Sir Walter. "Thomas the Rhymer" (Part Third)." In Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border: Consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads Collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland; with a Few of Modern Date, Founded upon Local Tradition. 1802; rpt. London: Ward, Lock, and Co., 1868. Pp. 502-7.

Seally, John. The Marriage of Sir Gawaine: An Opera. The European Magazine. May (pp. 321-25) and July (pp. 18-21), 1782.

Seeger, Alan. Poems. With an intro. by William Archer. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1917.
    "Broceliande" (p. 107)
    "Lyonesse" (p. 108)
    "Vivien" (p. 86)

Service, James. "The Legend of Shewin' Shiels." In Metrical Legends of Northumberland: Containing the Traditions of Dunstanborough Castle, and Other Poetical Romances. Alnwick: W. Davison, 1834. Pp. 129-33.

Sheehan, Perley Poore. King Arthur: Screen-Play. Los Angeles: Mary Perks Bagg, 1936.

Sheriff, R. C. The Long Sunset. London: French, 1955.

Simcox, George Augustus. Poems and Romances. London: Strahan and Co., 1869. [Reprinted in a facsimile edition: New York: Garland, 1978.]
    "The Farewell of Ganore" (pp. 4-20)
    "Gawain and the Lady of Avalon" (pp. 67-81)

Singer, Sarah. "Guinevere, the Nun." The Round Table 5 (1989): 53.

"Sir Hector de Marais." In Arthur's Knights: An Adventure from the Legend of the Sangrale. 2d ed. Edinburgh: R. & R. Clark, 1859. Pp. 122-27. (Published anonymously. The Arthurian Annals dates the first edition 1858.)

Skinner, Martyn. Merlin or the Return of Arthur: A Satiric Epic. London: Frederick Muller, 1951.

Skinner, Martyn. The Return of Arthur: A Poem of the Future. London: Chapman and Hall, 1955.

Skinner, Martyn. The Return of Arthur: A Poem of the Future, Part Two. London: Chapman and Hall, 1959.

[Skinner, Martyn]. Sir Elfadore and Mabyna: A Poem in Four Cantos. Oxford: Printed for the author and sold by Messrs. Sanders & Co., 1935.

Sladen, Douglas B. W. In Cornwall and Across the Sea. London: Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh, 1885.
    "Camelford" (pp. 84-85)
    "Sir Tristram at Tintagel" (pp. 38-50)
    "Tintagel" (pp. 80-83)

Smith, Evelyn. The Kitchen Knight. In Form Room Plays. London: Dent, 1926.

Smith, Ken. Tristan Crazy. Newcastle-on-Tyne: Bloodaxe, 1978.

Smith, R. T. "The Uses of Enchantment." In Trespasser: Poems. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1996. P. 41.

Smith, Stevie. Selected Poems. Norfolk, Connecticut: New Directions, 1964.
    "The Blue from Heaven (A Legend of King Arthur of Britain)" (pp. 24-25)
    "The Frozen Lake" (pp. 10-12)

Sneyd, Ralph de Tunstall. "Vivian and Merlin." In Poems. Chesterfield, Darbyshire: Wilfred Edmunds Ltd., 1929. Pp. 74-77.

Sneyd, Steve. "Pendragon in Eden." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 52-53.

Sneyd, Steve. "A Time of Buried Questioning." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 35-42.

Sneyd, Steve. "Time of the Goatstar." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 12. (A Merlin poem.)

Sneyd, Steve. "Tintagel: Uther and Arthur Meet in Merlin's Dwelling." The Round Table 4.1&2 (1987): 10-11.

Snydal, Laurence. "The End of the Quest." The Round Table 5 (1989): 56.

Solway, David. "Merlin on Nynever." The Fiddlehead 204 (Summer 2000): 143.

Some Ballad-Legends of Somerset. Compiled by D. M. Cary. The Somerset Folk Series, No. 14. London: Somerset Folk Press, 1924. (Contains the poems "A Ride to London Zitty," in which the anonymous author speaks of Glastonbury; the 10-page "Sir Tristram's Ride" by W. H. Greene; "Arthur's Well" by W. H. Greene; and "The Dragon of Aller Hill" by Mrs. W. W. Munckton.)

Spalding, Roger. A Crown and Two Swords: A Children's Musical of the Arthurian Legend. Music by Jim Meager. Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire: Jasper Publishing, 1997.

Sparshot, Francis. "The Return of Arthur." In A Divided Voice. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1965. Pp. 46-47.

Spenser, Edmund. The Faerie Qveene. Disposed into Twelue Books, Fashioning XII. Morall Vertues. London: Printed for William Ponsonbie, 1590. (Contains the first 3 books, which were reprinted with the same title by the same publisher in 1596.)

Spenser, Edmund. The Second Part of the Faerie Qveene. Containing the Fovrth, Fifth, and Sixth Bookes. London: Imprinted for William Ponsonby, 1596.

Spicer, Jack. The Holy Grail. White Rabbit Press, San Francisco, 1964. (A sequence of poems reprinted in: The Collected Books of Jack Spicer. Ed. with a commentary by Robin Blaser. Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1975.)

Stephens, Genevieve. "The Dark Tower." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 5. (A Merlin and Vivien poem.)

Steynor, Morley. Lancelot and Elaine: A Play in Five Acts. London: George Bell & Sons, 1909.

Steynor, Morley. Lancelot and Guenevere: A Play in a Prologue and Four Acts. London: George Bell & Sons, 1909.

Stoddard, Elizabeth. "Before the Mirror." In Poems. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1895. Pp. 53-55.

Stutts, Robert. A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993.
    "Fàth Mo Dhuilichinn" [Morgan on Arthur's Passing.] (p. 44)
    "Passant D'Arthur" (p. 43)

Sturm, Frank Pearce. "Launcelot Praises Guenevere with Rhymes." Bon-Accord 38.1 (5 Jan. 1905): 9. (Reprinted in Frank Pearce Sturm: His Life, Letters, and Collected Work. Ed. Richard Taylor. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969. Pp. 205-06.)

Sturm, Frank Pearce. "Launcelot Tells of the Enchanted Islands." Bon-Accord 38.1 (5 Jan. 1905): 9. (Reprinted in Frank Pearce Sturm: His Life, Letters, and Collected Work. Ed. Richard Taylor. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969. Pp. 206-07.)

Sturm, Frank Pearce. "The Monk Launcelot Remembers Guenevere." Bon-Accord 38.1 (5 Jan. 1905): 9. (Reprinted in Frank Pearce Sturm: His Life, Letters, and Collected Work. Ed. Richard Taylor. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969. Pp. 207-08.)

Sturm, Frank Pearce. "Palomide Remembers the Quest." Bon-Accord 35.26 (24 Sept. 1903): 13. (Reprinted in Frank Pearce Sturm: His Life, Letters, and Collected Work. Ed. Richard Taylor. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969. Pp. 200-01.)

Sturm, Frank Pearce. "The Questing Host." Bon-Accord 32.19 (8 May. 1902): 8. (Reprinted in Frank Pearce Sturm: His Life, Letters, and Collected Work. Ed. Richard Taylor. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969. P. 194.)

Sweetman, Elinor. Pastorals and Other Poems. London: Dent, 1899.
    "Pastoral of Galahad" (pp. 38-44)
    "Pastoral of Lancelot" (pp. 45-53)

Swift, Jonathan. "A Famous Prediction of Merlin, the British Wizard, Written Above a Thousand Years Ago, and Relating to This Present Year, 1709." In Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. London: John Morphew, 1711. Pp. 305-12.

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. "The Day Before the Trial." In Georges Fourcade. La Jeunesse de Swinburne (1837-1867). 2 vols. Paris: Société d'édition Les Belles Lettres, 1928. II: 52-53. (The poem was written 1857-58.)

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. "Joyeuse Garde." In A Lay of Lilies, and Other Poems. London: Privately Printed, 1918. (Reprinted in The Complete Works of Algernon Charles Swinburne. Vol. 1. Ed. Sir Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise. London: William Heinemann, 1925. Pp. 104-06.)

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. "King Ban: A Fragment." In Lady Maisie's Bairn, and Other PoemsLondon: Privately Printed, 1915.  (Reprinted in Posthumous Poems. Ed. Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise. London: Wm. Heinemann, 1917. Pp. 103-07.)

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. "Lancelot." In Lancelot, the Death of Rudel and Other Poems. London: Printed for Private Circulation, 1918. (Reprinted in The Complete Works of Algernon Charles Swinburne. Vol. 1. Ed. Sir Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise. London: William Heinemann, 1925. Pp. 63-73.)

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. "Queen Yseult." In Queen Yseult; a Poem in Six Cantos. London:  Privately Printed, 1918. (Reprinted in The Complete Works of Algernon Charles Swinburne. Vol. 1. Ed. Sir Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise. London: William Heinemann, 1925. Pp. 9-62.)

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. The Tale of Balen. In The Tale of Balen and Other Poems. London: Chatto & Windus, 1896.

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. "Tristram of Lyonesse." In Tristram of Lyonesse and Other Poems. London: Chatto & Windus, 1882. Pp. 3-169.

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. "Two Preludes: Lohengrin and Tristan und Isolde." In A Century of Roundels and Other Poems. New York: R. Worthington, 1883.

Symons, Arthur. Images of Good and Evil. London:  William Heinemann, 1899.
    "Montserrat" (p. 134)
    "Parsifal" (p. 162)

Symons, Arthur. Tristram and Iseult: A Play in Four Acts. London: Heinemann, 1917.

Taft, Linwood. Galahad: A Pageant of the Holy Grail. New York: A. S. Barnes, 1926.

Taggart, Marion Ames. "The Secret of Sir Dinadan." Catholic World (May 1894): 248-49.

Tatum, Edith. The Awakening of Iseult. Oglethorpe Univ., Georgia: Oglethorpe Univ. Press, 1933. (Originally printed in Neale's Monthly 2 [Aug. 1913].)

Tax, E. H. The Wraith of Gawain. Prairie City, IL: The Press of James A. Decker, 1948.

Taylor, Bert Leston. "Bread Puddynge." In Motley Measures: A Book of Sophisticated Light Verse. Foreword by Ring Lardner. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1927. Pp. 88-90. (A humorous poem.)

Taylor, Rachel Annand. "Arthurian Songs." In Poems. London: John Lane, Bodley Head, 1904. Pp. 19-27.

Taylor, T. Hillhouse. Parsifal: A Romantic Mystery Drama. Sidney: Angus and Robertson, 1906 (and Melbourne: Thomas C. Lothian, 1907).

Taylor, Tom, translator. "The March of Arthur" ("Bale Arzur"). In Ballads and Songs of Brittany. Translated from the Barsaz Breiz of Vicomte Hersant de Villemarqué. With Some of the Original Melodies Harmonized by Mrs. Tom Taylor. London: George Routledge & Sons, 1865. Pp. 17-19.

Teasdale, Sara. "At Tintagil." In Dark of the Moon. New York: Macmillan, 1926. P. 20. (Reprinted in The Collected Poems of Sara Teasdale. New York: Macmillan, 1937. P. 165.)

Teasdale, Sara. "Galahad in the Castle of the Maidens (to the maiden with the hidden face in Abbey's painting)." In Helen of Troy and Other Poems. New York: Macmillan, 1911. P. 85.

Teasdale, Sara. "Guenevere." In Helen of Troy and Other Poems. New York: Macmillan, 1911. Pp. 27-29. (Reprinted in The Collected Poems of Sara Teasdale. New York: Macmillan, 1937. Pp. 16-18.)

"The Temptation of Arthur." (Anonymous.) Once a Week 21 NS 4 (5 Feb. 1870): 8-11.

Tennyson, Alfred Lord. "Balin and Balan." In Tiresias and Other Poems. London: Macmillan, 1885. Pp. 117-54. (The last of the idylls to be published.)

Tennyson, Alfred. "The Epic." In Poems. 2 vols. London: Moxon, 1842. II: 1-3 and 16-18. ("The Epic" on pages 1-3 provides an opening frame which introduces the "Morte D'Arthur" [pages 4-15]; after the poem the frame continues on pages 16-18.)

Tennyson, Alfred Lord. Gareth and Lynette. London: Strahan and Co., 1872. (Contains the idylls "Gareth and Lynette," pp. 1-88 and "The Last Tournament," pp. 89-136.)

Tennyson, Alfred Lord. The Holy Grail and Other Poems. London: Strahan and Co., 1870. (Contains the idylls "The Coming of Arthur," pp. 1-29 ; "The Holy Grail," pp. 31-88; "Pelleas and Ettarre," pp. 98-127 and "The Passing of Arthur," pp. 129-58.)

Tennyson, Alfred Lord. Idylls of the King. London: Edward Moxon, 1859. (Contains the idylls "Enid," pp. 1-97; "Vivien," pp. 99-144; "Elaine," pp. 145-222; and "Guinevere," pp. 223-61. Later "Enid" became the two idylls "The Marriage of Geraint" and "Geraint and Enid"; "Vivien" became "Merlin and Vivien"; "Elaine" became "Lancelot and Elaine"; and "Guinevere" kept the same name.)

Tennyson, Alfred. "The Lady of Shalott" [original version]. In Poems. London: Moxon, 1833. Pp. 8-19.

Tennyson, Alfred. "The Lady of Shalott" [revised version]. In Poems. 2 vols. London: Moxon, 1842. I: 77-86.

Tennyson, Alfred Lord. "Merlin and the Gleam." In Demeter and Other Poems. London: Macmillan, 1889. Pp. 132-41.

Tennyson, Alfred. "Morte D'Arthur." In Poems. 2 vols. London: Moxon, 1842. II: 1-18. (Pages 1-3 contain the introductory "The Epic" and pages 16-18 contain the closing frame of "The Epic.")

Tennyson, Alfred. "Sir Galahad." In Poems. 2 vols. London: Moxon, 1842. II: 174-78.

Tennyson, Alfred. "Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere." In Poems. 2 vols. London: Moxon, 1842. II: 206-08.

Thelwall, John. The Fairy of the Lake: A Dramatic Romance in Three Acts. In Poems Chiefly Written in Retirement: The Fairy of the Lake, A Dramatic Romance, Effusions of Relative and Social Feeling: and Specimens of the Hope of Albion; or, Edwin of Northumbria, an Epic Poem. Hereford: W. H. Parker, 1801. (Reprinted in a facsimile edition, Oxford: Woodstock Books, 1989.)

Todhunter, John. Isolt of Ireland: A Legend in a Prologue and Three Acts. In Isolt of Ireland: A Legend in a Prologue and Three Acts and The Poison Flower. London: J. M. Dent, 1927.

Todhunter, John. "The Song of Tristram." In The Second Book of the Rhymers' Club. London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1894. P. 34.

Tolmie, Sarah. "The Story of the Meeting of Cuculainn and Arthur." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 20-28.

Tower, Christopher. Oultre Jourdain: Or the High History of the Mantle and the Lance. Ill Pauline Baynes. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1980.

Trask, Diana. Under King Constantine. 2d ed.; New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Co., 1893.
    "Christalan" (pp. 93-128)
    "Kathanal" (pp. 69-91)
    "Sanpeur" (pp. 5-67)

Treece, Henry. The Tragedy of Tristram. In The Exiles. London: Faber and Faber, 1952. Pp. 13-39.

Trevelyan, Robert C. The Birth of Parsival. London: Longmans, Green, 1905. (Reprinted in Trevelyan's Collected Works [London: Longmans, Green, 1939].)

Trevelyan, Robert C. The New Parsifal: An Operatic Fable. London: Printed for the author at the Chiswick Press, 1914. (Reprinted in Trevelyan's Collected Works [London: Longmans, Green, 1939].)

Trewin, J. C. A Sword for a Prince and Other Plays for a Young Company. London: Elek Books, 1960.

Tucker, Irwin St. John. The Sangreal: A Play in Four Acts. Chicago: Published by the author, 1919.

Turley, Sissie. "King Arthur's Little Knights" from "Three Recitations for Infants." In The Practical Teacher 24.7 (Jan 1904): 341. ].)

Turnbull, E. Lucia and H. Dalwey. Through the Gates of Remembrance. London: Nelson, 1933.

Turner, Joanne. "Dragon song." The Sewanee Review 75.3 (Summer 1967): 458-59.

Tynan, Katharine. "The Chapel of the Grail." In Ballads and Lyrics. London: Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1891. Pp. 139-42.

Veitch, John. "Merlin." In Merlin and Other Poems. Edinburgh & London: Wm. Blackwood, 1889. Pp. 4-36.

Vere, B. D. King Arthur: His Symbolic Story in Verse. King Arthur's Hall, Tintagel: n.p., 1930.

Waddell, L. A. The British Edda: The Great Epic Poem of the Ancient Britons on the Exploits of King Thor, Arthur or Adam and His Knights in Establishing Civilization Reforming Eden & Capturing the Holy Grail About 3380-3350 B. C. Reconstructed for First Time from the Medieval Mss. by Babylonian, Hittite, Egyptian, Trojan & Gothic Keys and Done Literally into English. London: Chapman & Hall, 1930.

Ward, Christopher. Sir Galahad and Other Rimes. New York: Simon and Schuster. 1936.

Warren, G. O. "The Grail." In Trackless Region. Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1917. Pp. 103-04.

Warton, Thomas. Poems: A New Edition. London: T. Becket, 1777.
    "The Grave of King Arthur" (pp. 63-72)
    "On King Arthur's Round-table at Winchester" (p. 82)

Watkins, Morgan George. "Spring Thoughts." Once a Week. 12 (April 15, 1865): 458.

Webb, Harri. The Green Desert: Collected Poems 1950-1969. Llandysul, Wales: Gwasg Gomer, 1969.
    "By a Mountain Pool" (pp. 68-74)
    "Merlin's Prophecy" (p. 32)

Weinberger, Mildred. Elaine: A Poetic Drama. Poet-Lore 34 (1923): 72-110.

Weston, Jessie. "Knights of King Arthur's Court." In The Rose Tree of Hildesheim and Other Poems. London: David Nutt, 1896. Pp. 47-58.

Westwood, Thomas. "The Quest of the Sancgreall." In The Quest of the Sancgreall, The Sword of Kingship, and Other Poems. London: John Russell Smith, 1868. Pp. 1-75.

Westwood, Thomas. The Sword of Kingship: A Legend of the "Mort d'Arthure." London: Whittingham and Wilkins (for private circulation), 1866. (Reprinted in The Quest of the Sancgreall, The Sword of Kingship, and Other Poems. London: John Russell Smith, 1868. Pp. 77-104.)

White, Gail. "The Testament of Guinevach." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. Pp. 46-47.

Whitney, Helen Hay. "When Tristan Sailed." In Gypsy Verses. New York: Duffield, 1907. Pp. 25-26.

Whittemore, Reed. "Merlin." In Heroes & Heroines. Drawings by Irwin Touster. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946. P.49.

Widdemer, Margaret. "Merlin Is Wise." In Ballads and Lyrics. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1925. Pp. 104-05.

Wilbur, Richard. "Merlin Enthralled." In Things of This World. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1956. Pp. 17-18.

Williams, Antonia R. Isolt: A New Telling. London: Published by the author, 1900.

Williams, Charles. Heroes and Kings. Ill. Norman Janes. London: Sylvan Press, 1930. Limited to 300 copies.  The book is unpaginated; page numbers based on page count. Contains the Arthurian poems:
    "Tristram's Song to Iseult," pp. 31-36
    "Palomides' Song to Iseult," pp. 37-40
    "Lamoracke's Song to Morgause," pp. 41-47
    "Percivale's Song to Blanchfleur," pp. 48-52
    "A Song of Palomides," pp. 53-54
    "Taliessin's Song of a Princess of Byzantion," pp. 55-57
    "The Song of the Riding of Galahad," pp. 58-63.

Williams, Charles. The Region of the Summer Stars. London: Editions Poetry London, 1944. (Reprinted: London: Oxford University Press, 1969.)

Williams, Charles. Taliessin Through Logres. London: Oxford University Press, 1938.

Williams, Charles. Three Plays. London: Oxford University Press, 1931. (The plays are not Arthurian, but the book contains five poems which are:
    "Taliessin's Song of Logres" (pp. 1-4)
    "Taliessin's Song of Byzantion" (pp. 65-68)
    "Taliessin's Song of the King's Crowning" (pp. 135-37)
    "Taliessin's Song of the Setting of Galahad in the King's Bed" (pp. 193-95)
    "Epilogue in Somerset: A Song of the Myths" (pp. 197-200)

Wilmer, Lambert A. Merlin: Baltimore, 1827. Together with Recollections of Edgar A. Poe. Ed. w. an intro. by Thomas Ollive Mabbott. New York: Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, 1941. (Reprints a short play which first appeared in the Baltimore North American in August 18, 25, and Sept. 1, 1827, and then apparently as a pamphlet distributed by the paper.)

Wilson, Barbara Ker. Legends of the Round Table. Ill. Maria Calati. Feltham, Middlesex: Paul Hamlyn, 1966.

Wilson, Heileman. "Merlin and Vivien" (a 4-line poem). In The Century Illustrated Magazine 49 (new Series 27), Nov. 1894-April 1895: 320.

Wilson, John Grosvenor. Lyrics of Life. New York: Caxton Book Concern, 1886. The sequence "Echoes of Eld" contains the poems:
    "Ballad of Sir Launcelot" (pp. 128-130)
    "The Death of Guinevere" (pp. 135-139)
    "Excalibur" (pp. 99-103)
    "Isolt at the Tomb of Tristram" (pp. 131-134)
    "Morgain" (pp. 110-121)
    "Sir Boris" (pp. 122-127)
    "Sir Palamides" (pp. 104-109)

Wilson, T. Howard. The Quest Everlasting: Launcelot and Guinevere Cycle. Los Angeles: House-Warven, 1950. (Stated "Limited Edition" but no number marked.)

Winters, Yvor. "Sir Gawaine and the Green Knight." In Collected Poems. Denver: Alan Swallow, 1952.

Wisniewski, Kay Newburger. "Percivale." In A Round Table of Contemporary Arthurian Poetry. Ed. Barbara Tepa Lupack and Alan Lupack. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1993. P. 12.

Wordsworth, William. "The Egyptian Maid; or, the Romance of the Water Lily." In Yarrow Revisited and Other Poems. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Browne, Green & Longman and Edward Moxon, 1835. Pp. 45-68.

Yeames, James. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Play. Detroit: Knights of King Arthur, 1911.

Yeames, James. The Young Knight or How Gareth Won His Spurs. Potsdam, NY: Masseck, n.d.

Yeats, W[illiam] B[utler]. "Time and the Witch Vivien." In The Wanderings of Oisin. London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1889. Pp. 53-57.

"The Ylle Cutt Mantell, a Romaunt of the Tyme of Gud Kynge Arthur." In The Democratic Review, New Series 14, No. 71 (May 1844): 465-76. (Published anonymously.)

Young, Ella. "The San-Grail." In The Rose of Heaven: Poems. Dublin: Candle Press, 1920. 25-26.

Young, Ella. The Weird of Fionavar. Dublin: The Talbot Press, 1922.
    "A Song That Trostan Made" (p. 13)
    "Trostan Made This" (p. 14)

Young, Francis Brett. "Hic Jacet Arthurus Rex Quondam Rexque Futurus." In The Island: A Cavalcade of England. New York: Farrar, Straus and Co., 1944. Pp. 56-57.

Young, Stark. Guenevere: A Play in Five Acts. New York: The Grafton Press, 1906.

Young, Waldemar. Birds of Rhiannon: A Grove Play. Music by Edward Harris. San Francisco: The Bohemian Club, 1930.
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"The Arthurian Annals" refers to The Arthurian Annals: The Tradition in English from 1250 to 2000 by Daniel P. Nastali and Phillip C. Boardman (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).