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Parzival - Chapter 2 and Wolfram's Apology Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 and Wolfram's Apology Summary

Gahmuret sets out for Toledo to find his cousin, Kaylet, but since Kaylet has gone in search of tournaments, Gahmuret follows until he comes upon a tournament in Kanvoleis, where the Queen of Waleis offers two lands and her person to whoever most distinguishes himself in the tournament. Queen Herzeloyde hears much about Gahmuret and watches the warriors' feats with disappointment when he does not participate. Meanwhile, the French King has died, and Ampflise, the Queen of France, who Gahmuret has a passion for, is impelled by great longing to send to Kanvoleis to learn whether he has returned to his native land. She sends a letter by messenger to Gahmuret, offering her crown in exchange for love requited.

Complying with Ampflise's request that he be her knight, Gahmuret now eagerly exerts himself until he learns that his brother has died...

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