Le Morte d'Arthur Essay | L'morte De Arthur

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L'morte De Arthur

Summary: Essay provides my response to the ending of "L'morte De Arthur."
In my last response to the book of Sir Launcelot and Queen Gwynevere, I commented on Sir Launcelot's character trait of being a noble, chivalrous knight. However, in this book, my opinions were altering a little bit toward a disliking of Launcelot's character.

I noticed that he lied on a few occasions to cover up for his sins. After he killed Sir Gaheris and Sir Gareth, he told Sir Gawain that he didn't know that they were who they were and he didn't notice they were unarmed. Now how is that possible? Wouldn't he see a weapon in their hands, and considering his record for letting his foes keep their lives, wouldn't he respond to them begging for mercy? He also told Arthur that his relationship between himself and the queen was strictly platonic, and that he remained true to the king. That quite obviously goes against...

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