Tristan - Recognition and Reunion Summary & Analysis

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Recognition and Reunion Summary

Here Rual li Foitenant re-enters the story, having been wearing himself ragged and starving in his search for Tristan, even leaving his own sons at home while he searches. By the time he is anywhere near Tristan, his clothes are thread-bare and his frame is much diminished because of starvation, but his inherent elegance of carriage are still evident. Fortune aligned him in the same way as it did with Tristan with those two pilgrims, who recognized his description and directed him to Tintagel in Cornwall they saw him going with the hunting party. Rual finds the king's entourage leaving mass, and asks about Tristan, learning that he is now a respected member of court, and so sends word that he wants to see him. Tristan knows his father at once, and their reunion inspires a formal reception of...

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