The Nannau Oak: Bulwer Lytton and his Midsummer Knight at the Westminster Round Table

@article{Simpson1997TheNO,
  title={The Nannau Oak: Bulwer Lytton and his Midsummer Knight at the Westminster Round Table},
  author={Roger Simpson},
  journal={Arthuriana},
  year={1997},
  volume={7},
  pages={124 - 136}
}
Lytton's King Arthur sometimes has richer resonances than is generally acknowledged. Gawaine's encounter with the fairies relates not only to Welsh topographical legends but to contemporary artistic and political events at Westminster. 

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