New York : Viking Studio Books, 1994.
LibraryThing member jpsnow
The more I read them, the more I feel like the classic legends are so beautiful and yet so wooden. It's no wonder the Renaissance followed after a time when heroes wandered about in constant action sans any insight about the inner nuances of their emotion. That reaction aside, Hopkin's work is a fully informative and cohesive compilation of the various Arthurian sources. The chronicles include plenty of excellent art and historical asides.