Tristan - The Hunt and The Young Musician Summary & Analysis

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The Hunt and The Young Musician Summary

As Tristan is walking along with the pilgrims, they encounter some of King Mark's men out on a hunt, beginning to prep a deer to take back to court with them. Tristan parts from the pilgrims, telling them the men are those from whom he had become separated, and approaches the hunters. Here he demonstrates the formality and refinement of his skill at hunting, further demonstrating the quality of the education Rual afforded him, by showing the men how to cut apart the deer in order to preserve its best cuts, and ceremonially ride it back into court. The men are astounded, and ask him to return with them, since he should show his skill to the king. He agrees, and impresses them further by leading them in playing the horn as they...

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