Chrétien de Troyes, Perceval: The Story of the Grail, in Chrétien de Troyes, Arthurian Romances including Perceval, trans. D. D. R. Owen, (London, Everyman, 1987) (earlier editions did not include Perceval: for the Fisher King and context see pp. 414-8)
Chrétien de Troyes, Perceval: The Story of the Grail, trans., Nigel Bryant, (Cambridge, Brewer, 1982) (Now available in paperback, this provides not only Chrétien’s unfinished Perceval but also, uniquely, translations of all the continuations – four of them)
Wauchier de Denain, First Continuation (c. 1180-1200)
Didot-Perceval, (c. 1191-1202)
Perlesvaus, or The High History of the Holy Grail
Peredur The Mabinogion, (c. 13th century)
Thomas Malory, Le Morte D’Arthur (1470)
Robert de Boron, Merlin and the Grail: Joseph, Merlin, Perceval, trans. Nigel Bryant, (Cambridge, Brewer, 2001) (for 'Bron, the Fisher King' see Joseph, pp. 42-3)
Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzifal, trans. A. T. Hatto, (London, Penguin Classics, 1980) (Parzival meets King Anfortas, The Angler, in Chap. 5, learns about him and the Grail in chap. 9 and asks the Grail question in Chap. 16)
T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land, ed. Michael North, (New York, Norton, 2000) 
C. S. Lewis, That Hideous Strength, (London, Lane, 1945) (this original version is a good deal longer than the 1955 Pan edition)
David Lodge, Small World, (London, Secker and Warburg, 1984)
Anthony Powell, The Fisher King, (London, Heinemann, 1986)
The Fisher King, (film) directed by Terry Gilliam, (TriStar Pictures, 1991)
Excalibur, (film) directed by John Boorman, (Orion, 1981)
John Rh?s, Studies in the Arthurian Legend, reprint ed. (New York, Russell and Russell, 1966)  (Chapter 134, 'The Origin of the Holy Grail' includes material on Bran, the mythic Welsh king from the Mabinogi stories, as the source for the Fisher King/Maimed King)
Jessie L. Weston, From Ritual to Romance, (New York, Doubleday Anchor, 1957)  (Chapter 9, 'The Fisher King')
David Jones, The Sleeping Lord and other Fragments (London, Faber, 1974)
Northrop Frye, Anatomy of Criticism (Princeton) with new intro by Harold Bloom (1957)
J.D. Bruce, The Evolution of Arthurian Romance from the Beginnings Down to the Year 1300, 2 vols., (Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1922) (vol. 1, Part 2, Chapter 1, 'Chrétien, Robert de Boron and the Theory of Christian Origin', 2 'The Theory of Celtic Origin', 3 'The Ritual Theory': Chap. 3 deals most with The Fisher King
Roger Sherman Loomis, Celtic Myth and Arthurian Romance, (New York, Columbia University Press, 1927) (Chap. 18, 'Fisher King and Maimed King')
Roger Sherman Loomis, The Grail: From Celtic Myth to Christian Symbol, (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1963)
Helaine Newstead, Bran the Blessed in Arthurian Romance (New York, 1939)
John B Vickery, The Literary Impact of the Golden Bough (Princeton, 1973)
George Williamson, A Reader’s Guide to T. S. Eliot: A Poem-by-Poem Analysis, second edition, (London, Thames and Hudson, 1967) (Chap. 5 deals with The Waste Land, with recurrent references to the Fisher King)
Charles Williams, and C.S. Lewis, Arthurian Torso, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1948)
Charles Williams, The Greater Trumps (London, 1932)
C.B.Cox and Arnold Hinchcliffe, eds. T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land: A Casebook, (London: Macmillan, 1968) (Contains Cleanth Brooks’ famous Christian interpretation of the poem)
Emma Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz, The Grail Legend, trans. Andrea Dykes, (Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1998)  (Chapter 11, 'The Suffering Grail King' is a lengthy discussion of the king, the fish and their various meanings in Jungian terms)
Martin B. Shichtman, `Hollywood’s New Weston: The Grail Myth in Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now and John Boorman’s Excalibur’, Post-Script, Essays in Film and the Humanities 4 (1984), 35-48; reprinted as Chapter 19 in The Grail: A Casebook, ed. Dhira B. Mahoney, (New York, Garland, 2000) (Discusses Weston’s concept of the wasteland as a basic image in these films)
Kevin J. Harty, 'Parsifal and Perceval on Film: The Reel Life of a Grail Knight', Chapter 14 in Perceval/Parzifal A Casebook, ed. Arthur Groos and Norris J. Lacy, (New York and London, Routledge, 2002) (Discusses Terry Gilliam’s The Fisher King)
Joan Didion, 'In the Realm of the Fisher King' in Vintage Didion, (New York, Vintage, 2004)  (Discusses Reagan through the image of the maimed king)
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