MERLIN : A Poem
His name should not be mistaken with Galehaut, a different knight from Arthurian legend. Origins The story of Galahad and his quest for the Holy Grail is a relatively late addition to the Arthurian legend. He first appears in a 13th-century Old French. Biography Vyvyan Wilde in aged 5 According to Vyvyan Holland's accounts in his autobiography, Son of Oscar Wilde , Oscar was a devoted and loving father to his two sons and their childhood was a relatively happy one. She moved with the boys to Switzerland and enrolled them in an English-speaking boarding school in Germany. Vyvyan was unhappy there.
Because of this, but also to improve security, Vyvyan was moved to a Jesuit school in Monaco. He converted to Catholicism and subsequently attended Stonyhurst College in England, a public school also run by Jesuits. His br. He settled in Cologne, and became a popular poet, novelist, and chronicler of the Rhine region. In addition, he followed the poet's practice of appending the name of his birthplace to his original name. In , he went to Bonn to study medicine at the wish of his father, also a physician.
He continued his studies in Berlin in and graduated in , after which he served his required time in the army as a surgeon. On his discharge in , he went to Paris where he met Heinrich Heine, Georg Herwegh and Franz von Dingelstedt and continued his medical studies. He married in Robert de Boron also spelled in the manuscripts "Roberz", "Borron", "Bouron", "Beron" was a French poet of the late 12th and early 13th centuries who is most notable as the author of the poems Joseph d'Arimathe and Merlin.
Though little is known about him outside of the poems he allegedly wrote, his works and their subsequent prose redactions impacted later incarnations of the Arthurian legend and its prose cycles, particularly due to his Christian backstory for the Holy Grail. At one point in Joseph d'Arimathe, he applies to himself the title of meisters medieval French for "clerk" ; later he uses the title messires medieval French for "knight". John the Evangelist and Teulyddog at Carmarthen, and is referred to as black due to the colour of its binding.
This was one of the collection of manuscripts amassed at the mansion of Hengwrt, near Dolgellau, Gwynedd, by Welsh antiquary Robert Vaughan c. It is believed that the manuscript is first recorded when it came into the possession of Sir John Price of Brecon ? It was given to him by the treasurer of St David's Cathedral, ha. Gwendolen from Welsh gwen, meaning 'white, fair, blessed', and dolen, meaning 'loop, link of a chain, ring, bow' is a feminine given name, in general use only since the 19th century. He reused the name in his Life of Merlin c. Spelled Gwendoloena, the.
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The Faerie Queene [sic] is notable for its form: it is one of the longest poems in the English language as well as the work in which Spenser invented the verse form known as the Spenserian stanza. In Spenser's "Letter of the Authors", he states that the entire epic poem is "cloudily enwrapped in Allegorical devices", and the aim of publishing The Faerie Queene [sic] was to "fashion a gentleman or noble person in virtuous and gentle discipline".
The poem wa. Lailoken was a semi-legendary madman and prophet who lived in the Caledonian Forest in the late 6th century. The Life of Saint Kentigern mentions "a certain foolish man, who was called Laleocen" living at or near the village of Peartnach Partick within the Kingdom of Strathclyde. Laleocen prophesied the death of King Rhydderch Hael. As a wild man and seer living in the forests of what is now southern Scotland, Lailoken is often identified with Myrddin Wyllt, the Welsh forerunner of the Arthurian wizard Merlin.
There was also a late 15th-century story Lailoken and Kentigern which states: " Title page of the first quarto Venus and Adonis is a narrative poem by William Shakespeare published in It is probably Shakespeare's first publication. The poem tells the story of Venus, the goddess of Love; of her unrequited love; and of her attempted seduction of Adonis, an extremely handsome young man, who would rather go hunting.
The poem is pastoral, and at times erotic, comic, and tragic. It contains discourses on the nature of love, and observations of nature. This form was also used by Edmund Spenser and Thomas Lodge. The poem consists of stanzas or 1, lines of iambic pentameter. It was published originally as a quarto pamphlet and published with great care. It was probably printed using Shakespeare's fair copy. The printer was Richard Field, who, like Shakespeare, was from Stratford.
Venus and Adonis appeared in print before any of Shakespeare's plays were published, but not. Merlin L. Miller born is an American paleoconservative political activist, independent film director, writer, and producer. During the s he founded a Tennessee-based production company, Americana Pictures. He has also written articles for the Barnes Review and the Occidental Observer. Early years Miller was born Des Moines, Iowa in , and raised there as well. He states that he worked as an Industrial engineering manager for Michelin Tire Company. Miller says that in his childhood, he admired Walt Disney and Davy Crockett.
Etrigan the Demon is a fictional superhero and antihero appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Jack Kirby, Etrigan is a demon from Hell who, despite his violent tendencies, usually finds himself allied with the forces of good, mainly because of the alliance between the heroic characters of the DC Universe and Jason Blood, a human to whom Etrigan is bound. The character was originally based in Gotham City, leading to numerous team-ups with Batman.
Etrigan was inspired by a comic strip of Prince Valiant in which the eponymous character dressed as a demon. Kirby gave his creation the same appearance as Valiant's mask. He created the Demon when his Fourth World titles were cancelled. Excalibur is a American epic historical fantasy film directed, produced, and co-written by John Boorman that retells the legend of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table, based on the 15th-century Arthurian romance Le Morte d'Arthur by Thomas Malory.
The film is named after the legendary sword of King Arthur that features prominently in Arthurian literature. The film's soundtrack features the music of Richard Wagner and Carl Orff, along with an original score by Trevor Jones.
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Excalibur was shot entirely on location in Ireland, employing Irish actors and crew. It has been acknowledged for its importance to the Irish filmmaking industry and for helping launch the film and acting careers of a number of British and Irish actors, including Lia. King Arthur at the Lyceum Theatre, London, The Matter of Britain stories, focusing on King Arthur, are one of the most popular literary subjects of all time, and have been adapted numerous times in every form of media.
Barron: The Merlin Saga, about the life of Merlin. Derek Benz and J. Lewis: The Revenge of the Shadow King reveals an alternate history of Arthur who was betrayed and murdered by his half-sister Morgan le Fay, who is portrayed as an evil immortal being known as the Black Witch, for possession of a sacred book which had been passed down father-to-son for thousands of years. In this case, Arthur was betrayed when he refused to pass the book on to his illegitimate son. The book was passed to Arthur's true son, and from Arthur's son came the Knights Templar.
Childe Rowland is a fairy tale, the most popular version written by Joseph Jacobs in his English Fairy Tales, published in , based on an earlier version published in by Robert Jamieson. Jamieson's was repeating a "Scottish ballad", which he had heard from a tailor. Joseph Jacobs called the King of Elfland's palace "the Dark Tower" in his version, an addition he made that was not part of the original ballad.
Synopsis The story tells of how the four children of the Queen by some accounts Guinevere , Childe Rowland, his two older brothers, and his sister, Burd Ellen, were playing ball near a church. Rowland kicked the ball over the church and Burd Ellen went to retrieve it, inadvertently circling the church "widdershins", or opposite the way of the sun, and disappeared. Rowland went to Merlin to ask what became of his sister and was told that she was taken to the Dark Tower by the King of Elfland.
Guinevere has been portrayed as everything from a villainous and opportunistic traitor to a fatally flawed but noble and virtuous lady. She has first appeared in Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae, a pseudo-historical chronicle of British history written in the early 12th century, and continues to be a popular character in the modern adaptations of the legend.
In the later medieval romances, one of the most prominent story arcs is Queen Guinevere's tragic love affair with her husband's chief knight and friend, Lancelot, indirectly causing the death of Arthur and many others and the downfall of the kingdom. Tapestry showing Arthur as one of the Nine Worthies, wearing a coat of arms often attributed to him c. The details of Arthur's story are mainly composed of folklore and literary invention, and his historical existence is debated and disputed by modern historians. Arthur's name also occurs in early poetic sources such as Y Gododdin.
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The legendary Arthur developed as a figure of international interest largely through the popularity of Geoffrey of Monmouth's fanciful and imaginative 12th-century Historia Regum Britanniae History of the Kings of Britain. The Ways of Yore is the eleventh and final studio album by Norwegian musical project Burzum, released on 2 June by sole member Varg Vikernes' label Byelobog Productions. Background Varg Vikernes said of The Ways of Yore on Burzum's official website: "The Ways of Yore is my first step towards something new, which at the same time is as old as the roots of Europe.
With The Ways of Yore I try to transport the listener to the days of yore, to make them feel the past, that is still alive in their own blood". Merlin's Ring is a fantasy novel by American writer H. Warner Munn, the third in a series of three based on Arthurian legend. Originally intended for publication by Ballantine Books in the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series, it actually saw print only after the series was discontinued. It was first published in paperback by Ballantine Books in June It was reprinted by Ballantine twice, in September and August , before going out of print.
In December a trade paperback edition was issued by Cold Spring Press. Plot summary The novel is a continuation of the story in The Ship From Atlantis, telling of Prince Gwalchmai's star-crossed love for Princess Corenice of Atlantis in her various reincarnations, along with his centuries-delayed quest to secure aid and settlers to shore up the faltering empire established by his father and refugees from the fallen kingdom of Arthur in the New World.
He is best known for his chronicle The History of the Kings of Britain Latin: De gestis Britonum or Historia Regum Britanniae  which was widely popular in its day, being translated into other languages from its original Latin. It was given historical credence well into the 16th century, but is now considered historically unreliable. Biography Geoffrey was born between about and , in Wales or the Welsh Marches.
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He had reached the age of majority by when he is recorded as witnessing a charter. Geoffrey refers to himself in his Historia as Galfridus Monemutensis Geoffrey of Monmouth , which indicates a significant connection to Monmouth, Wales, and may refer to his birthplace. This is a bibliography of works about King Arthur, his related world, family, friends or enemies. This bibliography includes works that are notable or are by notable authors. Cei Sir Kay's battle with the Cath Palug is mentioned.
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