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Yuri Fuwa (2008)

The red dragon in early Arthurian chronicles : its transformation and political implications

Hiyoshi Review of English Studies(52):1-22.

The article traces the changes of the dragon both in meaning and form, and discusses its political connotations in early Arthurian chronicles, arguing that Cadwaladr, the last British King, who is also the last Breton hope and thereby linked with the resistance of the red dragon, was the Normans' mains political concern.

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by Bibuser last modified 2015-01-09 14:54
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