Tristan - The Assignation by the Brook, The Ordeal, Petitcreiu, and Banishment Summary & Analysis

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The Assignation by the Brook, The Ordeal, Petitcreiu, and Banishment Summary

"The Assignation by the Brook" contains the episode in which Melot brings Mark and Marjodoc to the tree where Tristan and Isolde meet, in an attempt to catch the lovers in the act. Tristan discovers them, however, and stands still instead of going to her as he usually would, and so allows her to suspect enough that she looks for herself and discovers the three men's shadows in the tree. Thus, the lovers change their conversation into one about their own dismay at the rumors, once again convincing Mark that they are innocent. He accuses the dwarf of lying, and asks Isolde the next day what is troubling her. She says she is dismayed over the rumors, and that Tristan is so dismayed that he...

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