Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur - Part 3: Camelot, pgs. 199-227 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Camelot, pgs. 199-227 Summary

Igraine is dismayed at Merlin's loss and observes that the bards say of the battle near London that Lancelot saves the day. Poets always lie, responds Derfel, and he knows that Lancelot commissions them. Arthur does not care about songs or complain. Igraine calls the glorious years of Arthur's best rule "Camelot," but that distortion is introduced only recently

Ceinwyn gives birth in Lindinis to a daughter, Morwenna, while Guinevere moves a Roman villa that she names the Sea Palace, near Lancelot. Arthur is rarely there. Mordred also moves in with a huge staff. Life there at first is awkward, but Ceinwyn re-adapts to luxury and supervises the household. Mordred is as mischievous as rumored, the only child that Derfel ever hates, clever but unwilling to learn. Even Ceinwyn eventually hits him for torturing Morwenna. Merwin blames...

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