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Archibald, Elizabeth and A.S.G. Edwards, editors, A Companion to Malory, D. S. Brewer, 1996.

This book is a compilation of essays that focus on
several of the themes and ideas present in Malory's
text.

Benson, L.D., Le Morte d'Arthur, in Critical Approaches to Six Major Works: Beowulf through Paradise Lost, edited by R. M. Lumiansky and Hershel Baker, 1968, pp. 112-120.

This article is a discussion on the thematic unity of
Malory's text, which uses as its example the story
of Gareth.

Caxton, William, "Caxton's Preface," in The Works of Thomas Malory, Vol. I, edited by Eugene Vinaver, Clarendon Press, 1947.

This text is from the original preface that appeared in
the 1485 publication of Malory's epic.

Cole, Harry, "'Forgiveness as Structure:" The Book of Launcelot and Queen Guinevere,'" in Chaucer Review, Vol. 31, No.1, 1996, pp. 36-44.

This article examines the purpose and function of the
section of Malory's...

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