The complete archive of the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, from its first issue in 1903 to Volume 80 (1998) is now available to purchase. To celebrate the wealth of content available, we have bundled together a number themed collections.

The collection will be free to access from the 19th November to 3rd December.


King Arthur and the Grail

The Grail in Rylands MS French 1 and its Sister Manuscripts

Alison Stones

Volume 81, Number 3, 1999

The Manchester-Oxford, Bonn and Tale codices and their place in the MSS tradition of the ‘Queste del Saint Graal’

Fanni Bogdanow

Volume 79, Number 1, 1997

The importance of the Bologna and Imola fragments for the reconstruction of the ‘Post-Vulgate Roman du Graal’

Fanni Bogdanow

Volume 80, Number 1, 1998

Female Figures in the Illustrated Manuscripts of Le conte du Graal and its Continuations: Ladies, Saints, Spectators, Mediators

Lori Walters

Volume 81, Number 3, 1999

Three Illustrated Prose Lancelots from the same Atelier

Martine Meuwese

Volume 81, Number 3, 1999

Malory and the French Prose ‘Lancelot’

P. J. C. Field

Volume 75, Number 1, 1993

Malory’s Morte D’Arthur in the light of A recent discovery

Eugène Vinaver

Volume 19, Number 2, 1935

A note on the earliest printed texts of Malory’s Morte d’Arthur

Eugène Vinaver

Volume 23, Number 1, 1939

A forgotten artist: John Harris and the Rylands copy of Caxton’s Edition of Malory (with one plate)

Barry Gaines

Volume 52, Number 1, 1969

King Arthur’s sword or the making of a Medieval romance

Eugène Vinaver

Volume 40, Number 2, 1958


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