Taliessin through Logres, The Region of the Summer Stars, and Arthurian Torso
Here, in this unusual volume, the lyric cycle represented by Taliessin and Summer Stars is brought together with two other works, both indispensable to an understanding of the poems. In "The Figure of Arthur", Charles Williams' prose study of the Arthurian legend, he provides valuable background information on the ancient legend of King Arthur and the holy Grail.
C.S. Lewis's commentary, "Williams and the Arthuriad, suggest an order for reading the poems that establishes a narrative continuity and draws on notes from William's himself to help clarify the meaning of the cycle. The Arthurian poems of Charles Williams- complex sometimes obscure, always challenging- are now available to the wider audience they have so long deserved.
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