Mapping Malory’s Morte: The (Physical) Place and (Narrative) Space of Cornwall

  • Dorsey Armstrong
Part of the Arthurian and Courtly Cultures book series (SACC)


Hit befell in the dayes of Uther Pendragon, when he was kynge of all Englond and so regned, that there was a mighty duke in Cornewaill that held warre ageynst him long tyme, and the duke was called the duke of Tyntagil. And so by means kynge Uther send for this duk, charging hym to brynge his wyf with hym, for she was called a fair lady and a passing wise, and her name was called Igrayne. (7.1–7)


Round Table Regional Identity Fifteenth Century Southwest Corner Postcolonial Theory 
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