Published in 1987: Erec and Enide, the first of five surviving Arthurian romantic poems by a twelfth-century French poet, narrates a vivid chapter from the legend of King Arthur.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction, by William W. Kibler. 2. Select Bibliography. 3. Erec and Enide. 4 Textual Notes. 5. Index to Old French Terms. Appendix A: Line-Number Comparisons with Foerster's and Roques' Editions. Appendix B: Lines Added to Guiot's Text. Appendix C: Non-Emendation Changes to Roques' Text.
CHR TIEN DE TROYES (1135?-1191?) was a French poet and trouv re. He is widely regarded as the creator of the literary genre known as the Arthurian romance, and the originator of the heroic medieval character Lancelot.