Tristan - The Love Potion, The Avowal and Bragnane Summary & Analysis

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The Love Potion, The Avowal and Bragnane Summary

In preparation for sending her daughter away to marry King Mark, Queen Isolde designs a love potion for the two to drink on their wedding night, entrusting it to Bragnane to keep it secret, and administer the potion as their wedding-night toast. Bragnane agrees to the assignment, and promises her queen to watch over Isolde and her affairs all their lives. They embark for England by ship, while Isolde continues to carry her anger against Tristan, swearing that even wealth is not enough to make her happy while she endures the company of such an offender. Since the two are hot and exhausted while they sit below deck, Isolde finds the bottle of Bragnane's secret wine, and offers it as a quench to share with Tristan. Even while they are fighting...

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