The Return to Camelot: Chivalry and the English Gentleman (2020)

The Return to Camelot Chivalry and the English Gentleman PrefaceSurvival revivalSir Walter Scott The age of Abbotsford The broad stone of honour Radical chivalry The Eglinton tournamentVictoria AlbertMuscular chivalry A mid century miscellany The public sch
  • Title: The Return to Camelot: Chivalry and the English Gentleman
  • Author: Mark Girouard
  • ISBN: 9780300027396
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Return to Camelot: Chivalry and the English Gentleman
    PrefaceSurvival revivalSir Walter Scott The age of Abbotsford The broad stone of honour Radical chivalry The Eglinton tournamentVictoria AlbertMuscular chivalry A mid century miscellany The public schools The return of ArthurModern courtly love Knights of the empirePlaying the game Chivalry of the people The chivalrous gentlemenThe great warNotes to the TextIndPrefaceSurvival revivalSir Walter Scott The age of Abbotsford The broad stone of honour Radical chivalry The Eglinton tournamentVictoria AlbertMuscular chivalry A mid century miscellany The public schools The return of ArthurModern courtly love Knights of the empirePlaying the game Chivalry of the people The chivalrous gentlemenThe great warNotes to the TextIndexPhotographic Acknowledgments
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    1. Girouard set out to trace the resurgence of chivalry in England The book starts out well, with a description of the most popular play of 1912, Where the Rainbow Ends In it, a collection of school children battle the Dragon King and their aunt and uncle, who are cruel and unpatriotic With the help of St.George and a pet lion, they defeat the villains, and audience and cast sing the National Anthem together Girouard points out the chivalrous origin of various other ludicrous events of the time Tit [...]

    2. This book is about chivalry, but not as it was known in the Middle Ages, as it was revived in the Victorian era as an ethos rather than a military code in Great Britain.It touches on Sir Walter Scott who revived interest in it despite his distaste he regarded the code of manners of his own day as immensely preferable and Kenelm Digby, whose Broad Stone of Honour was immensely popular and treated it as an ethos applicable to the modern day and indeed preferable to it, and whose disdain for making [...]

    3. This book was given me by a person I met at a local cafe Both of us were studying philosophy in graduate school at the time, me at Loyola, he at DePaul, the ice being broken between us when I inquired about the book he was reading Hegelor was it Heidegger at the table beside me.Stockton was an impressario in addition to being a student, sponsoring early music performers appearing in Chicago and recording their work Indeed, he was into lots of things antique and most things English Nowadays he li [...]

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