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The Prisoner in the Oak, Chapter 14 Summary

Camelot is deserted with so many of Arthur's Companions away on the quest for the Grail. Both Gwydion and Niniane are becoming comfortable at court, and Arthur and Gwenhwyfar come to trust them both. Lancelet arrives a few days before Pentecost, and delivers the sad news of Galahad's death. Arthur then names Gwydion as his heir. While this infuriates Gwenhwyfar, she knows it must be. She and Lancelet sit together as they normally do at the Pentecost feast, and she asks Lancelet if she should send away her women, so that he can come to her in the night, and he agrees. After many years of their love for each other, Gwenhwyfar is finally becoming more comfortable with taking Lancelet as a lover right under Arthur's nose.

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