Le Morte d'Arthur - Study Guide Book 14 Summary & Analysis

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This section focuses on Percivale's quest and the adventures he has.

Merlin equated the Round Table with the world, and that the chosen knights were honored to be part of the joining of all brethren, but to do this, they left behind families and homes.

Percival finds King Evelake, a near-death-like-man who has been preserved by God for more than 300 years so that he can see the "blood of the 9th degree," a reference to Launcelot and Galahad being the 8th and 9th degree of blood from Joseph of Arimathea.

Galahad, alone, saves Percivale, who goes on to have more adventures. Percivale dreams of a lion and a serpent, and finds a maiden who explains that the lion of his dream is of the new church and the resurrected Lord, while the serpent represents old evils. Percivale promises to give a maiden whatever she asks if she...

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