Thomas Bulfinch

The Age of Chivalry

American writer Thomas Bulfinch was one of the most important scholars of world mythology. His nineteenth-century collections of folk literature from Europe and ancient Greece remain some of the most influential works in this field. The collection The Age of Chivalry focuses on romantic, action-packed tales from the King Arthur era.
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    Accordingly, we find in the romances, which, however fabulous in facts
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    It is evident that the justice administered by such an instrumentality must have been of the rudest description.
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    From this last source sprang Chivalry, which framed an ideal of the heroic character, combining invincible strength and valor, justice, modesty, loyalty to superiors, courtesy to equals, compassion to weakness, and devotedness to the Church;

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