Le Morte d'Arthur/Volume II/Book XV

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Chapters (not listed in original)
  • Chapter I: How Sir Launcelot came to a chapel, where he found dead, in a white shirt, a man of religion, of an hundred winter old
  • Chapter II: Of a dead man, how men would have hewn him, and it would not be, and how Sir Launcelot took the hair of the dead man
  • Chapter III: Of an advision that Sir Launcelot had, and how he told it to an hermit, and desired counsel of him
  • Chapter IV: How the hermit expounded to Sir Launcelot his advision, and told him that Sir Galahad was his son
  • Chapter V: How Sir Launcelot jousted with many knights, and how he was taken
  • Chapter VI: How Sir Launcelot told his advision to a woman, and how she expounded it to him