This article is from the Arthurian Booklist FAQ, by Cindy Tittle Moore email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
McCarthy, Terrence, An Introduction to Malory (ISBN: 0-85991-325-2).
Malory's approach to his material is discussed, as are his sources,
and his individual contribution; finally, Malory and his book are
placed in their historical context.
Mancoff, Debra, ed. The Arthurian Revival. Essays on Form, Tradition,
and Transformation (New York: Garland Publishing, 1992. ISBN.
Markale, Jean, King Arthur, King Of Kings (translated by Christine
Hauch. London ; New York : Gordon & Cremonesi, 1977). Originally
published as Le roi Arthur et la societe celtique.
Markale, Jean, The Celts. (First English Translation, 1993. Inner
Traditions.) Also by Markale: Mithra-Varuna (1940), Les Mythes Romains
(1942-47), Loki (1948), Les Dieux des Indo-Europe'ens (1952)
Les Dieux des Germains (1959).
Markale, Jean. King of the Celts (Roi Arthur et la socie'te' celtique.
American paperback edition.) (Inner Traditions International, Ltd.,
One Park Street, Rochester, Vermont 05767, 1994.) A cheaper American
edition. Easy reading, with a socialist slant.
Matthews, Caitlin and Marian Green. The Grail Seeker's Companion: to
the Grail Quest in the Aquarian Age. Northamptonshire: Thorsons
Publishing Group, 1986.
Matthews, Caitlin, Arthur and the Sovereignty of Britain : King and
Goddess in the Mabinogion (illustrated by Chesca Potter. London,
England ; New York, N.Y., USA : Arkana, 1989).
Matthews, Caitlin and John. The Arthurian Tarot. Illustrated by
Miranda Grey. Northamptonshire: Thorsons Publishing Group, 1990.
Matthews, Caitlin, The Arthurian Tarot: A Hallowquest Handbook.
Northamptonshire: Thorsons Publishing Group, 1990.
Matthews, Caitlin, Hallowquest: Tarot Magic and the Arthurian
Mysteries. London: HarperCollins, 1990.
Matthews, Caitlin, Taliesin: Shamanism and the Bardic Mysteries in
Britain and Ireland. London: HarperCollins, 1991.
Matthews, Caitlin. The Arthurian Tarot Course: A Quest for All
Seasons. London: HarperCollins, 1993.
Matthews, John, An Arthurian Legend (London: Aquarian Press, 1991.
Matthews, Caitlin and John, The Arthurian Book of Days (New York :
Macmillan, c1990). Contains Arthurian events related to a particular
point in the year. Illustrated with copies of rare paintings and
Matthews, John, The Elements of the Arthurian Tradition. Who was King
Arthur? What is the Holy Grail? Who were the Fay Women of Arthur's
Court? What is the Fellowship of the Round Table? Who are the Dwellers
in Avalon? Answers these and other questions about the legend of
Matthews, John, The Elements of the Grail Tradition. Here, in vivid
historical detail, Matthews reveals the many facets of the Holy Grail
and its tradition. Includes explanations of the myth of the Fisher
King, the Four Hallows, the "Holiest Earth" of Glastonbury and the
Matthews, John and Bob Stewart. Warriors of Arthur. Blandford Press.
First published in UK 1987. Paperback edition first published 1989.
detailed picture of culture, weapons and places associated with King
Arthur. ISBN 0-7137-2146-4.
Merriman, James Douglas. The Flower of Kings: A Study of the Arthurian
Legend in England between 1485 and 1835. Lawrence, Manhattan, Wichita:
UP of Kansas, 1973.
Meskys, Edmund R. Ed. The Once and Future Arthur. Center Harbor:
Niekas Publications, 1989.
Millar, Ronald William, Will the real King Arthur please stand up?
(London : Cassell, 1978).
Monell, Charles M., Five hundred years of King Arthur ([Fullerton,
Calif.] : The Patrons of the Library, California State University,
Fullerton, c1987). The text is a lecture by Dr. Monell delivered at
the opening of the King Arthur exhibit at the California State
Library, Sacramento, on July 28, 1985 ... "--p. . The article first
appeared in the July 1985 Bulletin of the California State Library
Morris, John, The age of Arthur; a history of the British Isles from
350 to 650 (New York, Scribner ).