Вынув меч из камня, юный Артур становится королем древнего королевства Логр. Он выбирает прекрасную Гвиневру своей королевой и делает Камелот столицей королевства. В Камелоте за круглым столом собираются рыцари короля Артура.
Only the next king can pull the sword out of the stone. Many people try, but they cannot move the sword. Then young Arthur tries, but it comes out easily. Now he will be king. But will he be a good king? And will his life be happy? Retold by Deborah Tempest.
"Arthur", said Sir Ector, "draw the sword from the stone". Arthur put his hand on the sword and pulled it out of the stone. Sir Ector got off his horse. He lowered his head and held the handle of his sword towards Arthur. "Arthur", said Ector, "you are the true king of all the land". The legends of Arthur and his famous knights of the round table have fascinated and entertained readers for centuries.
Arthur said Sir Ector draw the sword from the stone Arthur put his hand on the sword and pulled it out of the stone Sir Ector got off his horse He lowered his head and held the handle of his sword towards Arthur Arthur said Ector you are the true king of all the land The legends of Arthur and his famous knights of the round table have fascinated and entertained readers for centuries.
A comic-strip re-telling of some of Britain's best-loved Arthurian stories and legends. Aided by the magician Merlin, Arthur draws the sword from the stone to become King of Britain, and Lord of the Knights of the Round Table. Read of their valiant deeds as King Arthur, Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad and other heroic knights rescue maidens, defend Excalibur and search for the Grail.
Aided by the magician Merlin, Arthur draws the sword from the stone to become King of Britain, and Lord of the Knights of the Round Table. Read of their valiant deeds as King Arthur, Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad and other heroic knights rescue maidens, defend Excalibur and search for the Grail.
King Arthur is one of the greatest legends of all time. From the magical moment when Arthur releases the sword in the stone to the quest for the Holy Grail and the final tragedy of the Last Battle, Roger Lancelyn Green brings the enchanting world of King Arthur stunningly to life. One of the greatest legends of all time, with an inspiring introduction by David Almond, award-winning author of "Clay", "Skellig", "Kit's Wilderness", and "The Fire-Eaters".
The legends of King Arthur - the most revered hero of British Mythology - have been retold many times, but Roger Lancelyn Green's version has become a classic since its first publication in 1953. Using as his sources not only Malory's MORTE D'ARTHUR but other chronicles, poems and romances, he has made each adventure of Arthur's knights part of an overall pattern - the struggle of Arthur's kingdom, the realm of Logress, the model of chivalry and right, against the barbarism and evil that surrounded and at length engulfed it. So here are the stories of the sword in the stone, of the Green Knight, of the fatal love between Launcelot and Guinevere, of the quest for the Holy Grail, and of the final departing of Arthur to the Vale of Avalon. The illustrations are taken from an edition of MORTE D'ARTHUR published in 1893 with which Aubrey Beardsley first made a name for himself at the age of twenty.
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Travel to Camelot, meet Merlin the magician and join the adventures of the Knights of the Round Table in this colourful sticker book in which children can dress King Arthur, Merlin, Lancelot, and other in appropriate attire. Scenes include The Sword In The Stone, jousting with Sir Lancelot, Merlin’s library and King Arthur’s final battle.
Steinbeck's brilliant rendition of stories heroic, romantic and tragic from Malory's Morfe D'Arthurchronicles the life of Arthur from his mysterious birth through battles and adventures to his establishment as king. In characteristic Steinbeck style, the tales - including the fateful marriage to Guinevere and the creation of the fellowship of the knights of the Round Table - emphasize the human gualities of legendary characters. Steinbeck transposed, contextualized and added to the stories, so that they are as alive for us today as they were to Malory's readers some five hundred years ago. The Acts of King Arthur was published posthumously in 1976. An appendix of letters written by Steinbeck gives a fascinating insight into how he approached Malory's original work.
In this selection of plays by the master folklorist Andrew Lang, the reader is taken into the romantic world of the gallant Knights of the Round Table and their courageous and chivalrous deeds, fair maidens, castles steeped in history, the quest for the Holy Grail, and the tragic love of King Arthur and Sir Lancelot for Guinevere, and Tristan for Iseult.
With Britain facing chaos, the mysterious Merlin takes the infant Prince Arthur into hiding. Years later, the young boy discovers that he is the country’s rightful ruler. Together, King Arthur and his brave Knights of the Round Table must fight to keep his kingdom intact...Expect swords, sorcery and epic quests in this action-packed graphic novel.
From the Sword in the Stone and the founding of Camelot to the famed Round Table and the Lake of Enchantment, the legend of King Arthur has held generations spellbound with its magic. With Classic Starts, young readers can experience the wonder of timeless stories - such as King Arthur’s winning of Guinevere and Merlin’s tragic downfall at the hands of the evil Vivien. Abridged for easier reading and carefully rewritten, each classic novel is filled with all the magic and excitement that made the original story a beloved favourite.
The classic tales of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table are brought to life with stunning illustrations by Natasha Kuricheva. Discover the legend of Arthur's kingdom through the adventures of brave Sir Lancelot, beautiful Guinevere, wise wizard Merlin, evil Morgan Le Fay and many others.