There have been many different accounts of the myth of King Arthur. One of the earliest versions originated from Wales, where Arthur was depicted as not just a king, but an emperor. This monograph examines a range of medieval Welsh stories and poems, with the intention of constructing a narrative of this ruler's life. Was Arthur a British hero, or an arrogant tyrant?
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About the Author
Steven O'Donoghue is a writer of Irish origins, but seems to be allergic to the taste of Guinness. His friends often highlight this paradox. He has an interest in Celtic mythology and is the author of The Annotated The Wreck of the Titan: or Futility.