Le Morte d'Arthur - Study Guide Book 3 Summary & Analysis

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Arthur takes Guenever as wife, and Guenever's father presents Arthur with the gift of the Round Table which had been King Uther's, along with a hundred knights. Merlin, however, warns Arthur that Guenever is not wholesome enough to be his wife and that Launcelot would love her, but Arthur marries her anyway. Merlin helps Arthur find knights, and writes the knights' names in gold letters above each seat.

Gawaine, Arthur's nephew, son of his sister Margawse and King Lot, arrives at court and he is made a knight. Tor, the son of a poor farmer with thirteen children, is sent to court by his father because he is not like the other children and always wants to do the fighting of a knight. It is discovered when the farmer's wife is brought to court that Tor is actually King Pellinore's son. On the day that Arthur and...

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