Le Morte d'Arthur/Volume II/Book XII

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BOOK XII


Chapters (not listed in original)
  • Chapter I: How Sir Launcelot in his madness took a sword and fought with a knight, and leapt in a bed
  • Chapter II: How Sir Lancelot was carried in an horse litter, and how Sir Launcelot rescued Sir Bliant, his host
  • Chapter III: How Sir Launcelot fought against a boar and slew him, and how he was hurt, and brought unto an hermitage
  • Chapter IV: How Sir Launcelot was known by Dame Elaine, and was borne into a chamber and after healed by the Sangreal
  • Chapter V: How Sir Launcelot, after that he was whole and had his mind, he was ashamed, and how that Elaine desired a castle for him
  • Chapter VI: How Sir Launcelot came into the joyous Isle, and there he named himself Le Chevaler Mal Fet
  • Chapter VII: Of a great tourneying in the Joyous Isle, and how Sir Pervivale and Sir Ector came thither, and Sir Percivale fought with him
  • Chapter VIII: How each of them knew other, and of their great courtesy, and how his brother Sir Ector came unto him, and of their joy
  • Chapter IX: How Sir Bors and Sir Lionel came to King Brandegore, and how Sir Bors took his son Helin le Blank, and of Sir Launcelot
  • Chapter X: How Sir Launcelot with Sir Percivale and Sir Ector came to the court, and of the great joy of him
  • Chapter XI: How La Beale Isoud counselled Sir Tristram to go unto the court, to the great feast of Pentecost
  • Chapter XII: How Sir Tristram departed unarmed and met with Sir Palomides, and how they smote each other, and how Sir Palomides forbare him
  • Chapter XIII: How that Sir Tristram gat him harness of a knight which was hurt, and how he overthrew Sir Palomides
  • Chapter XIV: How Sir Tristram and Sir Palomides fought long together, and after accorded, and how Sir Tristram made him to be christened