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Addison adventures ancient antiquary antiquity Arthur Arthurian Auchinleck ballads Bevis Bronson Celtic Chaucer chivalry classical collection copy Critical Degare delight Douce Douce's Dryden E. K. Chambers early Edinburgh edition eighteenth century Ellis abstract Ellis's Enchanted England English Poetry epic Essays fabling Faerie Queene fiction Folio Gawain Geoffrey Geoffrey of Monmouth George Ellis Gothic Guy of Warwick Harley Hurd ibid imagination interest John King King Arthur King Horn knights language later Letters literary literature Malory manners manuscript medieval romances Metrical Romancees 18o2 metrical romances middle ages Milton minstrels modern Morte Darthur narrative Norman notes novel origin of romance Oxford Percy Percy Folio Percy-Warton Percy's poem poet poetical Preface printed prose reader reading Reliques Review Richard Ritson Saxon scholars scholarship Scott seventeenth century Shakespeare Sir Tristrem Southey Specimens of Romances Spenser stories taste texts theory Thomas Warton translation Valentine and Orson Welsh writing wrote