Amadis of Gaulby Garci Rodriguez de Montalvo
After its publication in 1508, Amadis inspired a host of successors including Don Quixote. This
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Valiant Knights. Fair Damsels. Giants. Enchanters. Amadis of Gaul is a landmark story of knight-errantry. Amadis and his friends roam the world seeking adventures and righting wrongs. All the time, he longs to be united with his true love, Princess Oriana.
After its publication in 1508, Amadis inspired a host of successors including Don Quixote. This translation was made by Robert Southey in 1803.
Contains all four volumes in a single file. Active Table of Contents.
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