The Story of the Champions of the Round Table
by Howard Pyle
Publisher: ManyBooks 1905
Number of pages: 344
This book details the early adventures of Sir Launcelot, Sir Tristram, and Sir Percival. It is frought with adventure, chivalry, and Pyle's own version of Old English to go with it. Highly recommended for those interested in tales of the Round Table.
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