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Unformatted text preview: Arthur seems to understand the morals for the Table now much more than he did as a child, when every lesson confused him. Arthur notes the idea of the table – a form of democracy or sportsmanship to impose a world of peace. His goal was to prevent bloodshed and wars, yet in his current situation, he found himself “up to the elbows in blood.” The King realizes that his theory is showing some flaws in that way too many killings/murders/wars are underway. Arthur is also having an inner conflict like Lancelot, only in that his own personal strength or weakness reflects upon his actions. This meaning that when Arthur is feeling strong, he does not take time to lament for what he has done, yet when he is in a weak state, he was persecuted “by shame and indecision.” The future of his kingdom will Mark Moeller 12/19/06 Period 4 definitely be affected by his important decisions, and Arthur’s instability is something which he should focus on improving....
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- Roman de Brut, Arthur Arthur