The Story of the Champions of the Round Table eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 443 pages of information about The Story of the Champions of the Round Table.

Chapter First

How Percival Departed into the World and how he Found a Fair Damsel in a Pavilion; likewise how he came before Queen Guinevere and how he Undertook his First Adventure

Chapter Second

How Sir Percival was made Knight by King Arthur; how he rode Forth with Sir Lamorack and how he Left Sir Lamorack in quest of Adventure upon his own Account; likewise how a Great Knight Taught him craft in Arms

Chapter Third

How Sir Percival met two Strange People in the Forest, and how he Succored a Knight who was in very Great Sorrow and Dole

Chapter Fourth

How Sir Percival Undertook the Adventure of the Castle of Beaurepaire and how he Fared Therein after Several Excellent Adventures

Chapter Fifth

How Sir Percival Repaid Sir Kay the Buffet he one time gave
Yelande the Dumb Maiden, and how, Thereafter, he went Forth to
Seek his own Lady of Love

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Head Piece—­Table of Contents
Tail Piece—­Table of Contents
Head Piece—­List of Illustrations
Tail Piece—­List of Illustrations

The Lady Nymue beareth away Launcelot into the Lake
Head Piece—­Prologue
Tail Piece—­Prologue
Sir Launcelot greets Queen Guinevere
Head Piece—­The Story of Launcelot
Sir Lionel of Britain
Queen Morgana appears unto Sir Launcelot
Sir Launcelot doeth battle with Sir Turquine
Sir Launcelot sits with Sir Hilaire and Croisette
Sir Launcelot and Elouise the Fair
Sir Launcelot climbs to catch the lady’s falcon
Sir Launcelot takes the armor of Sir Kay
Tail Piece—­The Story of Launcelot

Sir Tristram of Lyonesse
Head Piece—­Prologue
Tail Piece—­Prologue
Tristram succors the Lady Moeya
Head Piece—­The Story of Sir Tristram and the Lady Belle Isoult
King Mark of Cornwall
The Lady Belle Isoult
The Queen of Ireland seeks to slay Sir Tristram
Sir Tristram harpeth before King Mark
Sir Tristram sits with Sir Launcelot
Tail Piece
Belle Isoult and Sir Tristram drink the love draught
Tail Piece—­The Story of Sir Tristram and the Lady Belle Isoult
Sir Lamorack of Gales
Head Piece—­The Story of Sir Tristram and Sir Lamorack
Sir Tristram cometh to ye castle of Sir Nabon
Sir Lamorack herds the swine of Sir Nabon
Tail Piece—­The Story of Sir Tristram and Sir Lamorack
Sir Tristram assaults King Mark
Head Piece—­The Madness of Sir Tristram
Sir Kay and the Forest Madman
Sir Tristram leaps into ye Sea
King Mark broods mischief
Tail Piece—­The Madness of Sir Tristram

Sir Percival of Gales
Head Piece—­Prologue
The Lady Yvette the Fair
Sir Percival and Sir Lamorack ride together
Sir Percival overcometh ye Enchantress Vivien
The Demoiselle Blanchefleur
Sir Kay interrupts ye meditations of Sir Percival
Tail Piece—­The Book of Sir Percival

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