Idylls of the king

What said the King ? Did Arthur take the vow ? ' ' Nay , for my lord , ' said
Percivale , ' the King , Was not in hall : for early that same day , Scaped thro ' a
cavern from a bandit hold , An outraged maiden sprang into the hall Crying on
help : for all ...

Author: Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson

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In the Court of King s Bench The Northampton case The King V the Mayor and Corporation of Northampton and the King V George Cooke Gent Minutes of the proceedings in the Court of King s Bench on the 9th and 10th days of June 1828 taken down in short hand by J A Dowling

The King 0 . THE MAYOR AND CORPORATION OF NORTHAMPTON , AND THE
KING v . GEORGE COOKE , GENT . MINUTES of the Proceedings in these
Causes in the Court of King's Bench , on the 9th and 10th days of June , 1828 .

Author: Corporation (NORTHAMPTON)

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Page: 47

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Proceedings in a Trial the King on the Prosecution of James Cooper against the Rev Richard Bingham and on a motion for a new trial and on the defendant s being brought up for judgment taken in short hand by Mr Gurney With explanatory preface by R Bingham etc

In the King's Bench . The King against the Reo . Richard Bingham . The
Honourable and Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Winchester maketh oath and
saith , that he has known the Defendant for many years , he the said Defendant
having ...

Author: Rev. Richard BINGHAM (the Elder.)

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Page: 243

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The Growth of the Idylls of the King

The king , who becomes to some extent " a ghost ” in the later poems , a type * of
the “ higher soul of man , " * " Now this higher soul of man , in its purity , in its
justice , in its nobleness , in its self - denial , we understand Mr . Tenny“ the ...

Author: Richard Jones

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Category: Arthurian romances

Page: 161

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This 1895 volume offers an examination of the evolution of Tennyson's poem cycle on the Arthurian legend.



The King Country Or Explorations in New Zealand

This 1884 work by a Victorian 'gentleman explorer' recounts a journey into then unexplored and hostile Maori territory.

Author: James Henry Kerry-Nicholls

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108039928

Category: History

Page: 418

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This 1884 work by a Victorian 'gentleman explorer' recounts a journey into then unexplored and hostile Maori territory.







The King and the Corpse

In the retelling of these tales, Zimmer discloses the meanings within their seemingly unrelated symbols and suggests the philosophical wholeness of this assortment of myth."--Amazon.com.

Author: Heinrich Robert Zimmer

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691017761

Category: Religion

Page: 316

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"Drawing from Eastern and Western literatures, Heinrich Zimmer presents a selection of stories linked together by their common concern for the problem of our eternal conflict with the forces of evil. Beginning with a tale from the Arabian Nights, this theme unfolds in legends from Irish paganism, medieval Christianity, the Arthurian cycle, and early Hinduism. In the retelling of these tales, Zimmer discloses the meanings within their seemingly unrelated symbols and suggests the philosophical wholeness of this assortment of myth."--Amazon.com.

The King of Sports

In The King of Sports, Easterbrook tells the full story of how football became so deeply ingrained in American culture. Both good and bad, he examines its impact on American society at all levels of the game.

Author: Gregg Easterbrook

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 1250011728

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 368

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Gregg Easterbrook, author of the wildly popular ESPN.com column Tuesday Morning Quarterback takes on football's place in American society. Gridiron football is the king of sports – it's the biggest game in the strongest and richest country in the world. Of the twenty most-watched television broadcasts ever, both in the United States and internationally, all twenty were Super Bowls. In The King of Sports, Easterbrook tells the full story of how football became so deeply ingrained in American culture. Both good and bad, he examines its impact on American society at all levels of the game. The King of Sports explores these and many other topics: * The real harm done by concussions (it's not to NFL players). * The real way in which college football players are exploited (it's not by not being paid). * The way football helps American colleges (it's not bowl revenue) and American cities (it's not Super Bowl wins). * What happens to players who are used up and thrown away (it's not pretty). * The hidden scandal of the NFL (it's worse than you think). Using his year-long exclusive insider access to the Virginia Tech football program, where Frank Beamer has compiled the most victories of any active NFL or major-college head coach while also graduating players, Easterbrook shows how one big university "does football right." Then he reports on what's wrong with football at the youth, high school, college and professional levels. Easterbrook holds up examples of coaches and programs who put the athletes first and still win; he presents solutions to these issues and many more, showing a clear path forward for the sport as a whole. Rich with reporting details from interviews with current and former college and pro football players and coaches, The King of Sports promises to be the most provocative and best-read sports book of the year.