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If you are to follow our journey in the Land of the Round Table, you must know at the start that there are other guides there than I. You do know them, or some of them, already, I suppose older, wiser, better guides than I. They have been my guides on many happy journeys in that land, and they will be yet, I hope, on many more. First of them always, in my thought, though not in time, is the gentle knight Sir Thomas Malory. No one else has ever told so much of King Arthur and told it so well as he. Older than he oldest of them all was Nennius, and then there was Geoffrey of Monmouth, who wrote a delightfu