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Parzival - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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The knight and Gawan race toward one another for the joust, bringing each other off their respective horses. Meanwhile, King Arthur's messengers meet King Gramoflanz, who must fight the duel to win honor before Itonje. Lady Bene brings Gramoflanz a ring from Itonje as a token of her love, and this raises his spirits mightily as he arms himself. When King Arthur's messengers depart, they come upon Gawan fighting with an opponent who has nearly defeated him, but when they name Gawan, his opponent throws his sword away and reveals himself to be Parzival. Parzival returns to the castle with Gawan, and when Gramoflanz arrives and hears of Gawan's recent battle, he postpones the duel until the next day. Lady Bene curses Gramoflanz for insisting upon fighting the brother of his beloved, and after Gramoflanz leaves, Gawan, Parzival and Lady Bene join their own company. Gawan introduces...

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