Le Morte D'Arthur (2 of 11)
Publication Date: August 5, 2010
Chapter: English Literature During The Middle Ages
This cameo isn't as random as you think it is. The Norton begins its coverage of Morte Darthur with a section named "The Conspiracy Against Lancelot and Guinevere." The first line is, "In May, when every lusty heart flourisheth..." after which my mind had already cued up the Coulton song. And since Lit Brick is always about the first thing that pops into my head while reading... well, you get strips like this.
If you've never heard the song, by the way, it's totally free, so go download it already.
Author: Sir Thomas Malory • Year: 1485 • Info: Project Gutenberg
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