Malory's Writing 'Le Morte D Arthur'

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After Malory’s death, people wasn’t interested in his writing and it was forgotten because he went and wrote in prison. However, in 1485, William Caxton, who disseminated printing technique in England published and arranged Malory’s writing. He named the writing “Le Morte d’Arthur” and arranged eight tales in twenty-one books by five hundred seven chapters. After the publication, it became the most well-preserved and influential prose version of the Arthurian legends. Arthurian legends have been already familiar to people so that it made people easier to recognize more about stories of King Arthur. “Le Morte d’Arthur” is a best completion of Arthurian legends and it is the first work of British prose. “Le Morte d’Arthur” which means “The Death
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