Idylls of the King - Study Guide Geraint and Enid Summary & Analysis

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Enid, dressed again in her old, faded dress, and Geraint set out. Angry because he (falsely) believes she is having an affair, he commands her to ride ahead of her and not to talk to him. As they ride, she struggles to find a reason for how he treats her, praying that he reveals whatever fault in her is vexing him, that she might fix it. On their path are a group of bandits hiding behind a rock who, seeing that Geraint is downcast, think he will be an easy target and make plans to kill him. Enid overhears their plan and, breaking her promise of silence, turns back and tells Geraint. He rebukes her for disobeying him, saying that even as miserable as he is, he is capable of defending himself. He fights the bandits, slays them all, and piles up their...

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