Reviews: Nonfiction

May 1996
Book Report;May/Jun96, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p53
Book Review
Reviews the book `The Search for King Arthur,' by David Day. Examination of characters Arthur, Merlin and others; Contents of the book; Comparison made to `Warriors of Arthur,' by John Matthews and Bob Steward; Recommended readers.


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