Le Morte d'Arthur - Study Guide Book 16 Summary & Analysis

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Gawain, like Percivale and Launcelot, has dreams and adventures in his quest. Ector and Bors also are discussed.

Gawaine, tiring of the Quest, meets with Ector, and they complain of the lack of adventure. At an old chapel, Gawaine dreams of a hundred and fifty bulls that were "proud and black," with two bulls that were pure white and one that was white with a black spot. Only one of the three white bulls came back.

Ector, also has strange dreams of his brother, Launcelot, but in the morning when Ector and Gawaine share their visions, a voice comes and tells that they are full of evil faith and of poor belief and they may not come to the Sangreal. A knight soon presents himself for a joust, and Gawaine fights him, but he is wounded. Gawaine kills Uwaine, a member of the brotherhood of King Arthur...

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