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The Wiki Day

This is the wiki page for Andrea Harbin's Arthurian Literature course at SUNY Cortland.  On it we will explore the social and historical contexts of the works that we will be reading, play with alternative representations of some of the tales, and share our thoughts on modern Arthurian texts.  Have fun, and be creative.

 

 

 

 

The Reading Groups:

As a class, we will be focusing on medieval Arthurian literature.  But books set in the world of Arthur are still popular.  In your reader groups, you will explore some more modern Arthurian fiction.  Each group will choose one book from the following books or series of books.   If your group has an alternative Arthurian text that you would like to explore, let me know.  Each group will be responsible for reviewing the book and presenting it to the class.

 

The Books:

The Once and Future King by T.H. White

Cory Gomez

Kimberly Hesler

Aaron Finnessey

Heather Edmunds

Jennifer Petrosino

 

     The Merlin Saga by Mary Stewart

Group: James Mabb 

The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley

Group: Caitlin L, Monica, Sarah, Courtney, Caroline


The Pendragon Cycle by Stephen Lawhead

 

Queen of Camelot by Nancy McKenzie

Group: Shanan

 

The Skystone by Jack Whyte

 

The Dark is Rising Series by Susan Cooper

Group: Tyler Chin

 

   Avalon

 

n High by Meg Cabot

Group: Bridgette, Meg, Caitlin, Elizabeth, Nikki

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Assignment:

 

 

The Quest to Find Malory's England

 

The Grail Quest  

 

Assignments

 

Midterm Review

 

 

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