King Arthur and his knights by Henry Frith; illustrated by Henry C. Pitz.
Garden City, N.Y.: Junior Deluxe Editions, 1955. Hardcover. 416 pages ; illustrations ; 22 cm. In original price clipped dust jacket, with firm binding, clean and unmarked pages.
KING ARTHUR AND HIS KNIGHTS
By Henry Frith
Illustrated by Henry C. Pitz
The classic story of the pageantry of King Arthur's court unfolds in all its splendor of knights and their ladies, jousts and battles, magic spells, and distressed damsels.
King Arthur founded his Round Table of twenty-eight of the bravest men in all his kingdom and charged them to be true and faithful knights, to be chivalrous to ladies, and to help the poor. No finer group of men was ever assembled.
In this vivid story the reader sits unseen at the Round Table and accompanies Arthur and his knights in all their quests, their tournaments, and their wars. He is present when Arthur is chosen King of England and the magic sword Excalibur given him by the Lady of the Lake. He rides with Sir Balin to slay the invisible knights, and sees Merlin the Magician fall under his own spell for love of the damsel Nimue. He follows Sir Lancelot on his adventures and accompanies Sir Galahad on his quest for the Holy Grail.
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