Tristan - Return and Revenge Summary & Analysis

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Return and Revenge Summary

Now that Tristan knows his father, and now that he is a knight in need of proving in battle, he requests permission to return to Parmenie and investigate his lands, and ultimately to avenge his father's death at the hands of Duke Morgan of Ireland. He rides out with several knights, finding Morgan out hunting with his huntsmen, and upon introducing himself, Morgan tells him the story commonly told about his parents having had an affair, suggesting that he is merely a bastard child, and so not an heir of Parmenie. Young and passionate Tristan is enraged, and so draws his sword on him then and there, striking him hard through the skull, and again in the heart, instantly killing him. The rest of the chapter explains Tristan's resolve to leave and now uncontested Parmenie in the hands of...

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