Le Morte d'Arthur/Volume II/Book XIX

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BOOK XIX


Chapters (not listed in original)
  • Chapter I: How Queen Guenever rode a-Maying with certain knights of the Round Table and clad all in green
  • Chapter II: How Sir Meliagrance took the queen and her knights, which were sore hurt in fighting
  • Chapter III: How Sir Launcelot had word how the queen was taken, and how Sir Meliagrance laid a bushment for Launcelot
  • Chapter IV: How Sir Launcelot's horse was slain, and how Sir Launcelot rode in a cart for to rescue the queen
  • Chapter V: How Sir Meliagrance required forgiveness of the queen, and how she appeased Sir Launcelot; and other matters
  • Chapter VI: How Sir Launcelot came in the night to the queen and lay with her, and how Sir Meliagrance appeached the queen of treason
  • Chapter VII: How Sir Launcelot answered for the queen, and waged battle against Sir Meliagrance; and how Sir Launcelot was taken in a trap
  • Chapter VIII: How Sir Launcelot was delivered out of prison by a lady, and took a white courser and came for to keep his day
  • Chapter IX: How Sir Launcelot came the same time that Sir Meliagrance abode him in the field and dressed him to battle
  • Chapter X: How Sir Urre came into Arthur's court for to be healed of his wounds, and how King Arthur would begin to handle him
  • Chapter XI: How King Arthur handled Sir Urre, and after him many other knights of the Round Table
  • Chapter XII: How Sir Launcelot was commanded by Arthur to handle his wounds, and anon he was all whole, and how they thanked God
  • Chapter XIII: How there was a party made of an hundred knights against an hundred knights, and of other matters