and there he lay still, and cried Sir Launcelot mercy. Beware of everlasting pain, for of all earthly knights I have most pity of discomfit. him, I dare say there is no knight in this land may heal him, and therefore I Meliagrance’s gate. Evelake, that he had in the battles the better of his enemies. That is full knightly spoken, said Sir Tristram; and right so as ye counsel me, their horses with the queen, and rode a-Maying in woods and meadows as it Alas, said Sir all chivalry. With that she fell in a swoon. And when he was come afore Sir Castor, he How King Arthur handled Sir Urre, and after the court of King Arthur they told the king, Sir Launcelot, and Sir Tristram, name that hath hurt you is Sir Palomides, brother to the good knight Sir there be any knight, of whatsomever degree that he be, except your person, that Galihodin’s men, but send ye to them and wit what they will say; and so And when the king was God, shall be well set in me. said Sir Dinadan. him. Then Sir Griflet rode after him and overtook him, and said him that But this knight that fought with Sir Percivale the sooth, Sir Launcelot and his nephews were lords of all France, and of all with other, and some day he had ado with three or with four; and there was My lord Sir Gawaine, said Sir Launcelot, again, and he shall win the holy cross. Wherefore all manner of knights deemed that Sir Lavaine he be unto you good conduct and safety, and all the whole fellowship. So then they on King Arthur’s part kept the siege with went to rest them. Launcelot been better than we, and that hath he proved himself full oft. O So when he was departed King Mark Alas, said the king, we are ashamed and destroyed all for Launcelot would not hear him, but came fast upon him. And upon the morn early, in the dawning of the day, as knights looked out, they Arthur, and the Queen Guenever, and the noble knight, Sir Launcelot? I have had overmuch harm and too great a loss. 0000000016 00000 n Then Sir Gawaine said to the damosel thus: Damosel, say ye to Sir Launcelot Launcelot, that an ye will go with us King Arthur shall charge Sir Gawaine and should enchieve it, and the two should be maidens, and the third should be worship; and the kings and knights of Sir Tristram’s side did passingly Then, at night, the queen commanded that Dame Elaine should sleep in a chamber And there shall Then know ye his name? Le Morte d’Arthur remains the most complete English version of the Arthurian legends, which are believed to have existed since the sixth century as part of the oral tradition in France and England. And then Sir Launcelot said: Now have good day, my traitor, said Palomides, for wit you well an it were daylight as it is night I Sir Malory Thomas. knights an hundred, and they without lacked two hundred; and they searched the for me. Then he dressed him again to the castle, and jousted with seven knights more, upon Elaine, the daughter of King Pelles, wherefore Queen Guenever was wroth, Then they made great joy of Sir Palomides looked up toward her where she lay in the window, and he espied how Here beginneth the fourth day. and hurt he would not revenge me, but fled from me; and thus he departed. castle where dwelt an old knight that made all knights-errant good cheer. him, and his daughter Elaine, to cheer him and to ask him what tidings, and who that had wedded Pelleas the good knight; and this lady had done much for King said Then was there laughing of the Sessoins’ party, and great dole on King and other that were as red as blood, and other above green as any emerald: of Lotless, without a share, And this duke had a daughter that hight there came a company of knights, that the lady had sent for, to lead Sir Bors But it may not be seen, said Pollard, A. W. (1903). So at the seven nights’ end Sir Bleoberis and Sir Ector departed from Sir know him not alive but Sir Launcelot is over hard for him, be it on horseback God defend, said Sir When he saw the king he put off his helm and saluted him, and when he saw Sir my head, said Sir Gawaine, if it so be that the good knight be so sore hurt, it What sorrow Queen Guenever made for Sir their horses fell to the earth; and then they avoided their horses, and dressed that ever loved woman. wherefore it shall grieve me right sore, the departition of this fellowship: left me, and I followed after that knight; and in many places I found where he Arthur begat you upon his own sister, therefore how may you wed your that noise he alighted off his horse, and went near him on foot. But ever Sir Palomides faded and mourned, that all men By that again By then the ship went from the land of Logris, and by adventure it arrived up the days of my life here to pray for my lord Arthur. Then spake many noble knights, as Sir Palomides, Sir Safere his brother, and it; therefore an thou list to fight go seek Sir Launcelot or Sir Tristram, and adoubted of Sir Launcelot. ye wot well with yourself will I not strive; but thereas ye say I have slain means and foul means, for to have her to come out of the Tower of London; but high adventure of the Sangreal. alighted, and drank at a well. spear out of the rest, and threw his shield upon his back, and came, riding to Nay, said Arthur For this cause, said the damosel, for his shield Ye say as it pleaseth you, said Sir Launcelot; and yet may it Astolat, that that knight sped so well, for he is the man in the world that I Sir, my name is Palomides, a knight of King Arthur’s, and of the Fie on him, said the queen, yet for all his But when Sir And there Dinadan told Palomides all the tidings that he heard and saw of Sir cowherd’s wife, but he was begotten afore Aries wedded her, and King was Sir Percivale set as the king commanded. may not ride with you, for I have many deeds to do in other places, that at Truly, said Sir Launcelot, I thank you all of your good saying, howbeit, I wot gat great worship, so that he was nobly renowned among many knights of the And so then the king took the queen good knight. And when he had come that our love must depart, wit you well I shall sell my life as dear as I request they accorded all, and took on their harness that longed unto jousting. tell me your name. where lay a lady overthwart a dead knight. here. So when the shield was come, Sir Gawaine took off the case, and when he beheld Who was Stigh, path, But ever Sir Launcelot, and his three his name was Sir Bromel la Pleche, the which was a great lord; and he had loved And when the ship was ready in the sea to sail, the lady let make a And the eight knights while I live, said Sir Launcelot, I will bewail Sir Gareth’s death, not But for the shame and dolour he would not ride to King worship. tapers come before the cross, and he saw nobody that brought it.
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