Had journalists plied their trade in the days of King Arthur, how would they have reported breaking stories like the Quest for the Holy Grail? Or the love affair between Lancelot and Guinevere? Or the fall of the Round Table? In answering these intriguing questions, Naomi Mitchison offers keen and humorous insights into not only how the news is reported, but also how conflicting accounts of the Arthurian story may have grown. The resulting novel, To the Chapel Perilous, is a remarkable work of wit and style.