Tristan - Rual Li Foitenant and The Abduction Summary & Analysis

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Rual Li Foitenant and The Abduction Summary

Rivalin's faithful steward, the man whom Rivalin had appointed guardian over his lands while he was at court, also takes it upon himself out of loyalty to his lord to raise Rivalin and Blancheflor's son, Tristan. He treats him as one of his own, giving him the very best in education in languages, music, sport and everything necessary to create a truly quality gentleman. He goes so far as to have his wife retreat, as if for the seclusion of pregnancy, in order that the town and Tristan himself believe that he is their own, both to protect him from his father's enemies, and with an eye toward revealing Tristan's identity to him when he is an adult and handing over lordship to a worthy lord.

The abduction takes place when Tristan is...

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