• (noun): English writer who published a translation of romances about King Arthur taken from French and other sources (died in 1471).
    Synonyms: Thomas Malory, Sir Thomas Malory

Some articles on malory:

Walter Fraser Oakeshott - The Winchester Manuscript of Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur
... that what Caxton had published in 1485 was not necessarily exactly what Malory had written ... being mostly, but not always, closer to Malory's original than is Caxton's text, although both derive separately from an earlier copy ... Eugène Vinaver, an already-established Malory scholar, arrived in Winchester on June 27 asking to see the manuscript ...
London Malory
... London Malory is a prominent English volleyball club, competing in the first division of the English National Volleyball League for both men and women ... Like many National Volleyball League clubs, London Malory do not train out-of-season (September to April/May) ... In June 2009 London Malory announced their merger with the South London club of 30 years, White Eagles ...
... King Pellam of Listeneise is the name that Malory gives to the Maimed King in his rendition of the tale of Sir Balin, at whose hands Pellam suffers the Dolorous Stroke ... In the Vulgate and Post-Vulgate Cycles, Malory's source for these episodes, the character is called Pellehan ... At one point, Malory unambiguously identifies Pellam with Pelles, another Maimed King and the grandfather of Galahad (Le Morte d'Arthur, book 18, chapter 5) ...
Rota Fortunae - In The Middle Ages - Political Instruction
... ~ Lancelot in Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, Chapter XVII ... However in Malory's work the Roman conquest and high point of King Arthur's reign is established very early on ... the other Knights of the Round Table are meant to be the paragons of chivalry, yet in Malory's telling of the story they are doomed to failure ...
Chestnut Hill (novel Series) - Description of Novels
... Honey Harper and Lynsey Harrison, she starts a feud with Malory O'Neil ... that he will be the pony she rides for the rest of the year, Malory is given Hardy to ride ... Near the end of the book, Malory announces that she's leaving Chestnut Hill ...

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    For like as herbs and trees bringen forth fruit and flourish in May, in likewise every lusty heart that is in any manner a lover, springeth and flourisheth in lusty deeds.
    —Thomas Malory (c. 1430–1471)

    Whoso pulleth out this sword of this stone and anvil is rightwise King born of all England.
    —Thomas Malory (c. 1430–1471)

    Nowadays men cannot love seven night but they must have all their desires: that love may not endure by reason; for where they be soon accorded and hasty, heat soon it cooleth. Right so fareth love nowadays, soon hot soon cold: this is no stability. But the old love was not so.
    —Thomas Malory (c. 1430–1471)