Le Morte d'Arthur - Study Guide Book 6 Summary & Analysis

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Everyone rejoices when the forces return to Camelot. After rest and recuperation, Launcelot and Lionel go for an adventure. While Launcelot sleeps, Lionel sees one knight defeat and tie up three other knights. When Lionel goes to fight him, he too is defeated, tied up and taken as prisoner.

Sir Ector, Launcelot's brother, follows Launcelot and Lionel out of the court, finding Lionel's sword where he was captured. The same evil knight, Turquine, captures Ector, but recognizes that Ector has inflicted more pain than any others have in 12 years. Turquine doesn't kill him, but puts him in his prison with lots of other knights who daily pray that Launcelot will come and save them since he is the only one to match Turquine's skills.

In the meantime, four queens find Launcelot sleeping. One of them, Morgan le Fay, puts a spell on Launcelot to make him sleep...

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