I served Him from the day I first knew His grace. name of his lady-love is given in Book VII. And it vexed him sore, till Gawain would joust with him at his will. The various remedies tried thou gallant hero, thirty-fold doth thy glory grow. No need to renounce their friendship, nor thro' kinship from strife refrain, Aloft flew the spears in splinters—Methinks I might vaunt me well. the hereditary House of Anjou. With Glossary. himself considerable freedom in versification, and, unfortunately, also And she gazed from the high hall window with many a maiden fair. followed, and did not precede, the marriage night. Then out quoth the gallant Gawain, 'Yea, maiden, the twain I'll share, Since my life I vow to thy service, thy love and thy comfort fair. No knight should break bread before him, if there came of fair venture naught. or be brought about by a chance meeting, as when Vergulacht and the knight of Monsalväsch Wouldst thou pledge thy crown and thy kingdom not half of its cost were there!'. to find him holding his gift of song as of less account than his knightly deeds, which do Then they brought to the lovely lady a palfrey, so strong and fair. Methinks it will then befall me as aforetime in Graharz land, They will tell me, without my question, how here with this folk it stands.'. For since he had waxed less simple somewhat of his father's lore. In this wise did he learn the tidings that Saturn drew near again, And the star with a sharp frost cometh, and it helpeth no whit to lay. For in him had God wrought a wonder, at one while was he black and white. Parzival met with the Fisher King, and became his guest; and of the great And the lady, fair Kunnewaaré, whose tent by Gawain's did stand, Rejoiced, and she joyful greeted the hero, whose strong right hand. And their raiment was wet with the tear-drops that grief from their eye-lids wrung. Grey was he as mists of morning—Nor o'er rash is the tale, I ween. No lover had she save her husband,—he would hearken her tale no more. The adventure is again alluded Then there came a wise man ancient to weep with his lady's grief. He thought, 'Now whence came this Frenchman? I pledged my word—An I fail me, 'twere better methinks to die. 'Then the knights of the Grail knelt lowly, and for help to the Grail they prayed. Appendix. And the one alike and the other, ere a knight's shield they thought to bear. Then she spake, 'That will I, right gladly, thy shelter and shield I'll be. In peril and need so deadly, of all hope am I well-nigh reft. CRITICAL NOTES ON THE FOLK AND HERO TALES OF THE CELTS. And he who doth tell this story, he weaveth his ventures fair. She herself was the prey of sorrow, and her hands did she wring amain. And what was his shield's adorning? tradition of the origin of the Grail-myth. (Archæological Review, sword For the honour he here had won him o'er the hero of Cumberland: 'God reward thee, but give me counsel for skill here doth fail mine hand, How best may I loose this armour which myself I were fain to wear?'. The host of both friend and foeman were mingled in deadly war; And he spurred him swift towards them; nor 'twas light in his steps to tread. And they spake in praise of Gawain, and his fame would aloud declare. And there in the field by Bagdad full many a shield was pierced. Then sorely the frost doth pain him, thy king and uncle dear. And he kissed him, and each was joyful that the other he here might meet: And Gamuret quoth unto him, 'Alas! is referred to here. The highest fame in both armies, save but for one knight alone; And none knew his red harness glowing, and none knew from whence he came. But peace had the foeman sealèd, and the land was from strife released; (Nor this song I myself have woven, but so was it told to me). Then he asked her, what did she here? by the 'Nasen-band,' a band of iron provided with eye-holes; and the lower part Greek fire, for the ships had brought it that of food brought a goodly store. Page 31, line 904—'Feirefis.' And he bare a shield that was painted with a knight by a spear pierced thro'. Angevin Kings, though the statements have been verified by reference 'Commend me unto Sir Gawain, if thou deemest me worth, O Queen! Of sauces, or salt, or pepper—would one sparely or fully feed. Thou layest at will upon us—Methinks he who sang of late. 'Nor would I deny thee counsel; mourn not for thy fault too sore. Then the tale it hath told a lie, That spake of His help so mighty, Who doth help unto me deny!'. Of the two, Wolfram's question seems distinctly derives from Coin de voire amour, Ideal of true love; an interpretation which Thy question I should have answered, here my wisdom hath failed I ween! xxiv, 497 pages. this the helmet was fastened. Arrival of Gawain at castle; committed to how Titurel was descended from Mazadan, the ancestor alike of Arthur and of Gamuret. in other versions, but Wolfram alone names them. poet confused it with Babylon in Assyria; it is possible that he was unaware of the fact He who feareth to face thy conflict, say whither shall he flee? contain many names of Greek or Latin origin, which have passed through And the hero was swift in seeking the guerdon of knightly prize. hero himself guesses his name; nor do the special terms of endearment, evidently quoted For strange are the ways, and fitful, of mankind, oft is youth too wise. And it burnt of the foe the weapons, and the engines of deadly war; And battering-ram or tortoise in vain 'gainst the walls were wheeled. Alas! she must ride the Buhurd for him, and, as noted above, the fighting here is in earnest. obscurity of thought, we know; and in Willehalm he speaks, in the following words, of the We may add to these the names of Oriental materials such as Pfellel and Sendal. on its surface—a conception which was finally perfected by the connection of Wolfram does not mention such a Tourney, but with the decay Would ye know how she fared, Jeschuté? And it flew, and the earth it spurnèd, and its work could aright fulfil. then to Kailet he spake again, 'How goeth it with Schoettè, my mother, of joy bereft?'. For the cross was of emerald wroughten: heathen counsel we asked it not. 'If ye lie here a whole year longer, within is such store of food, That by them might ye well be nourished! Lohengrin's mission was no isolated instance, but a part of the office of the Grail knights. His nephew I ween shall pay for! Li Conte del Graal, poem by Chrêtien de Troyes; left unfinished at Chrêtien's death; Of a sooth I will not deceive them, though my tale over-strange may ring. But weeping she gazed around her, and she cried as the teardrops fell. I know not their tale to tell ye, did the valiant Gawain stray; So rode he, the gallant hero, from out of a woodland shade. And they told him all that befell them; and Gawain must list the thing. And he spake to the queen, 'Say, Lady, wilt thou now make a mock of me? to in Book XII. 'Ah me! No longer thus wrathful frown. Then, as weariness it bade them, the knights they craved for rest—, Then Scherules took Count Lahduman, and Gawain his gallant guest, And many a knight whom he found there, whom Gawain with valiant hand. And a sword that Rassalig carried in battle, that heathen bold. Mourned sore for his woe, yet the foemen to part might she little dare. Tho' the grey knight but now had wended his way from the fountain lone. for aye. The fact that Wolfram here so strongly ', 'Nay! But the clasp did he leave unfastened, and with one voice they praised the knight. and took their rise in the knightly sports of the ninth century. Whatsoe'er shall be writ of riches in Christian or paynim land, Yea, even the Grail and its glory, they had failèd the hurt to cure. Of my heroes but few are left, What more would thine hand take from me, who of gladness am now bereft?'. His translation of the Æneid, founded on a French version of the the period of his literary activity, and to judge approximately the And food the guest sore needed, and hungry was he alway. To the heart of the gallant hero must sorrow and rueing bring; And thus thro' his heavy trouble, and the heat of the summer's day. This nocturnal of any previous English translation she can only hope that the present His knightly garb, and he knew them, the customs of knighthood fair. 'If a joust one with thee would ride. Of silk of Araby fashioned, and flaw therein was there naught; And he laid it around his shoulder, that hero so fair and bright. If ever a knight He favoured, if ever a knight might know, His payment for service done Him—if He thinketh His aid they earn. These may be briefly said to be Save that Kingron came to my succour, and his hand did the hero slay. Thus his wrath doth he wreak upon me.' The whole account of the

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