Tristan - Tantris Summary & Analysis

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Tantris Summary

Tristan now seriously in need of the antidote for the poison on Morold's sword, he follows the advice Morold inadvertently gave and goes to Ireland under the false name of Tristan to see if he can get the queen to treat him. He poses as a minstrel named Tantris who struck out and fell on hard times, and impresses the members of court so thoroughly with his beautiful and emotive music, even in his sad state, that word of him and his plight travels to the queen. When she meets him, she not only agrees to heal him, but asks him to stay on as tutor to her beautiful daughter, Isolde in the languages and music that he knew so well. When he finally recovers, after much time winning over the court, he claims that he has a wife at home, and appeals...

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