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Sir Lancelot and "the Ill Made Knight"

Summary: The third installment of The Once and Future King, by T. H. White, is almost exclusively centered upon Sir Lancelot Dulac, and at this time period, the best knight in the world. Physically, Sir Lancelot is an ugly man. His ugliness affects him greatly through life, making him feel unworthy and inadequate. Lancelot possesses many conflicting characteristics.
The third installment of The Once and Future King, by T. H. White, is almost exclusively centered upon Sir Lancelot Dulac, and at this time period, the best knight in the world. Physically, Sir Lancelot is an ugly man. His ugliness affects him greatly through life, making him feel unworthy and inadequate. Lancelot possesses many conflicting characteristics, which adds to his complexity. He is religious, yet lustful, having an affair with Guenever, his best friend and king's wife. He is hideous, yet exalted; ambitious yet self-loathing; meek yet violent, leading him to be Arthur's best friend and betrayer. Many specific qualities make Sir Lancelot Dulac who he is, but no quality attributes to his persona greater than his passion. The protagonist of "The Ill Made Knight" is a man of passion, and this passion for his king, for his mistress, and for his countrymen shapes this section of...

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