The Buried Giant - Part III: Gawain's First Reverie -- Gawain's Second Reverie Summary & Analysis

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In Gawain's First Reverie, the old knight learns that Wistan is still alive. He surprises himself by being happy because Master Wistan impresses him with his capabilities. He knows, though that he's still a problem.

As he rides on, he runs into a group of widows who taunt him because they know the cause of the mist and blame him for being left behind because they lacked memories to tell the boatman to prove their devotion to their husbands. As he passes them they call him a coward. This accusation causes memories to surface of how he had completed his mission for King Arthur and Merlin to make sure that the mist was in place (causing the death of some of his comrades) and then kept his promise to a young lady who wanted to seek...

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