The romantic European medieval of King Arthur dominated by a system known as feudalism. The people of this system are well integrated; the society of this age needs nobility to show a model for young people. The nobility rank includes numbers, lords, knights, kings, queen and so on. These nobles can be compared with politicians fighting battle; they will monitor their community and keep all order, and they will resist any attackers trying to conquer the land I will. The guardian of peace of society is a knight.
Through this article I tried to explain the differences and changes in Arthur's romance. Differences in time and cultural differences bring about changes seen in the friendship of King Arthur. King Arthur's romance will change forever to satisfy his "present audience" expectations, preferences and interests.
King Arthur's romance has changed over the years in order to keep up with the "current audiences". Throughout history, King Arthur's romantic past and present are still used in various forms. King Celtic Arthur's romance is very different from French romance. You can see the difference of many literary works such as Le Morte D'Arthur and First Knight. Through this article, I will explain the change of King Arthur's eroticism. The romantic story of King Arthur is changing to suit the audience of the times. For example, the first night is a movie suitable for today's society. The reason for this change is that we can understand and maintain the focus of this document. Without the modern Arthurian romance, we will not understand or accept old Celtic and French versions. Changes are usually related to the period you are looking at, just touch the original format
Arthur's love of Celtic, French and English can be easily seen through literature. As we all know, in 'Sword', the romantic form of King Arthur is more bloody and bloody. French people use more romance in their work. English is somewhere in between, is romantic and bloody, but they are more descriptive than Celtics and French. Le Morte Dasa is a good example of a description used in romance and blood