A once and future king in the political imagination of eighteenth-century Britain
- This conference paper sought to illustrate that the figure of King Arthur was not as unknown to eighteenth-century writers as scholarship had previously understood, and argues that the eighteenth-century Arthur can be found in the context of political literature underpinned by a developing antiquarian appreciation of medieval sources.
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- Matthew Charles Kilburn
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- This conference paper was presented at: (Re)Inventing Arthur, Department of Cultural Studies, University College, Winchester, Summer 2004.
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