• Guigemar is a great knight with but one flaw; he shows no interest in romance.
• Guigemar has tried to kill a deer but injures himself in the process; the deer tells him he will only heal if his wound is treated by one for whom he has greatly suffered love and who has suffered for his love.
• He boards a ship which carries him to an ancient city ruled by an old lord with a beautiful young wife he keeps locked away.
• The lady bandages his wound, and, soon, Guigemar falls in love with the lady; she feels the same, and he stays with her, hidden away.
• Fearing they will be discovered, the lady and Guigemar make promises to love only each other.
• They are discovered by her husband, and Guigemar is sent home.
• The lady tries to commit suicide but takes the mystical ship to a...
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