Books by Geoffrey Ashe
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Books by Geoffrey Ashe

The Tale of the Tub: A Survey of the Art of Bathing Through the Ages, Newman Neame, 1950

King Arthur's Avalon: The Story of Glastonbury, Collins, 1957

From Caesar to Arthur, Collins, 1960

Land to the West: St. Brendan's Voyage to America, Collins, 1962

The Land and the Book, Collins, 1965

The Carmelite Order, Carmelite Press, 1965

Gandhi: A Study in Revolution, Stein & Day, 1968

(Editor and contributor) The Quest for Arthur's Britain, Pall Mall, 1968

King Arthur in Fact and Legend, T. Nelson, 1971

Camelot and the Vision of Albion, Heinemann, 1971

(With others) The Quest for America, Pall Mall, 1971

The Art of Writing Made Simple, W. H. Allen, 1972

The Finger and the Moon (a novel), Heinemann, 1973

Do What You Will: A History of Anti-morality, W. H. Allen, 1974

The Virgin, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1976

The Ancient Wisdom, Macmillan, 1977

Miracles, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978

A Guidebook to Arthurian Britain, Longman, 1980

Kings and Queens of Early Britain, Methuen, 1982

Avalonian Quest, Methuen, 1982

The Discovery of King Arthur, Doubleday, 1985

The Landscape of King Arthur, Webb & Bower, 1987

(With Norris Lacy) The Arthurian Handbook, Garland, 1988

Mythology of the British Isles, Methuen, 1990

King Arthur: The Dream of a Golden Age, Thames & Hudson, 1990

Dawn Behind The Dawn,Henry Holt, 1992

Atlantis, Thames & Hudson, 1992

Interview with Geoffrey Ashe

A Quest for Arthur
Part one in a series of articles by Geoffrey Ashe, providing the foundation for a proper understanding of the legend of King Arthur.

Magical Glastonbury
There are certain special places, where you get a feeling that is different from any other place you've ever been. Glastonbury is one of those places. Ashe explains what it is about this town that makes us feel that way.      Copyright ©1999, LLC