Tristan and Isolde Legend Further Reading - Essay

Further Reading

(Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism)


Shirt, David J. The Old French Tristan Poems: A Bibliographical, Guide. London: Grant and Cutler Ltd., 1980, 186 p.

Bibliographic listing in which the works are grouped by author or version of the legend (i.e., the Beroul fragment, the Thomas fragment, etc.), and are divided into several categories, including manuscript and critical editions; translations; textual comment and exegesis; authorship; literary context; feudal context; moral context; narrative structure; and style.


Brégy, Katherine. “Tristram, The Perennial Hero of Romance.” The Catholic World CXXVII, No. 760 (July 1928):...

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