Here are the best-loved legends of the Round Table, recounted by one of the world's great storytellers: how the young Arthur pulled the sword from the stone to become king, how he acquired the sword Excalibur, the beginnings of the Round Table, the passing of Merlin, and many more. 28 black-and-white... read more
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Here are the best-loved legends of the Round Table, recounted by one of the world's great storytellers: how the young Arthur pulled the sword from the stone to become king, how he acquired the sword Excalibur, the beginnings of the Round Table, the passing of Merlin, and many more. 28 black-and-white illustrations.
Reprint of the Schocken Books, New York, 1967 edition.
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