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The Prisoner in the Oak, Chapter 10 Summary

When Arthur goes back to his table, he sees that his knights are invigorated by what they have seen and pledge to seek the Holy Grail, which is what they believe they saw during the vision. It distresses Arthur to see his Companions scatter to the winds, but they feel very strongly about pursuing a quest to return the Grail, which is the cup they believe Christ used at the Last Supper. It breaks Gwenhwyfar's heart that Lancelet, too, wants to go, and she openly declares her love for him. Arthur takes the moment to do the same and declares his love also for Gwenhwyfar. Whatever each person experiences, they all feel love and inspiration. For many, that means leaving Arthur's court. Mordred however, asks permission not to go on any quest. With...

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