Le Morte d'Arthur/Volume II/Book XI

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BOOK XI

Chapters (not listed in original)
  • Chapter I: How Sir Launcelot rode on his adventure, and how he holp a dolorous lady from her pain, and how that he fought with a dragon
  • Chapter II: How Sir Launcelot came to Pelles, and of the Sangreal, and of Elaine, King Pelles' daughter
  • Chapter III: How Sir Launcelot was displeased when he knew that he had lain by Dame Elaine, and how she was delivered of Galahad
  • Chapter IV: How Sir Bors came to Dame Elaine and saw Galahad, and how he was fed with the Sangreal
  • Chapter V: How Sir Bors made Sir Pedivere to yield him, and of marvellous adventures that he had, and how he achieved them
  • Chapter VI: How Sir Bors departed; and how Sir Launcelot was rebuked of Queen Guenever, and of his excuse
  • Chapter VII: How Dame Elaine, Galahad's mother, came in great estate unto Camelot, and how Sir Launcelot behaved him there
  • Chapter VIII: How Dame Brisen by enchantment brought Sir Launcelot to Dame Elaine's bed, and how Queen Guenever rebuked him
  • Chapter IX: How Dame Elaine was commanded by Queen Guenever to avoid the court, and how Sir Launcelot became mad
  • Chapter X: What sorrow Queen Guenever made for Sir Launcelot, and how he was sought by knights of his kin
  • Chapter XI: How a servant of Sir Aglovale's was slain, and what vengeance Sir Aglovale and Sir Percivale did therefore
  • Chapter XII: How Sir Pervivale departed secretly from his brother, and how he loosed a knight bound with a chain, and of other doings
  • Chapter XIII: How Sir Percivale met with Sir Ector, and how they fought long, and each had almost slain other
  • Chapter XIV: How by miracle they were both made whole by the coming of the holy vessel of Sangreal