1. What is the original name of the story that Wolfram Von Eschenbach is telling in this book?
2. Wolfram himself was an unfree _______, bound to the service of a lord according to the Introduction.
3. What is Wolfram able to change in his status as described in #2?
4. Wolfram tackles the retelling of a tale of great ___________, of inborn womanhood, and manly virtue.
5. Custom dictates that the _________ brother inherits the entirety of the father's estate when he dies.
6. An assembly of ________ petitions the new kind to show his love for Gahmuret as a brother who wants to explore the world.
7. Who decides to take his leave even though his brother is sad to see him go?
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