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Thomas A Reisner and Mary E Reisner (1983)

The Dredeful Dragon and the Grymly Bore: political overtones in Caxton's Kyng Arthur

In: Proceedings of the PMR Conference, 5, ed. by Joseph C. SCHNAUBELT, John J. HAGEN and Joseph REINO. Villanova University, Villanova, Penn., pp. 59-80.

The article argues that Caxton may have chosen to publish this work in the hope that Henry VII would invade and prevail; if things turned out badly, his previous quantity of chivalric publications would mask his sympathies.

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