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Unformatted text preview: Natalie Nunez World Literature Matt Englund The Grail Continuation Perceval continued a solitary life with his uncle, the hermit. He regained his faith along with much knowledge and invaluable wisdom, but Perceval still continued to search for his purpose in life. He knew he was still destined to accomplish great feats and become an even better knight, but he just did not know where to begin. One spring morning, nearing Easter time, Perceval was praying outside when he came across a beautiful young servant girl. She reminded Perceval of a young Blanchfleur. The servant girl, Erin, was looking to fetch water for her lady, as there was a big drought in the area that month. This springtime drought was a result of the curse Perceval brought upon England. Perceval introduced himself to the girl as merely a hermit, on his path to self-discovery. Erin was very interested in Perceval’s eloquent words. They soon began to meet up to talk about whatever they wished. In conversation, Perceval mostly about whatever they wished....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course COLI 110 taught by Professor Englund during the Fall '07 term at Binghamton.
- Fall '07