Elaine character writing

Elaine character - Mark Moeller Period 4 Elaine character writing Being of such a young age it is clear that throughout most of this book Elaine is

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Mark Moeller 12/21/06 Period 4 Elaine character writing Being of such a young age, it is clear that throughout most of this book Elaine is fairly clueless to her surroundings, and the ongoing situations being presented. This passage expands on her character by explaining just how she is feeling and what she is thinking as she is preparing for her upcoming journey to Camelot. Her plans are rather unspecific, and her motives somewhat unclear, but she has the set goal in mind of stealing Guenever, and she is determined to follow through on this. At the age of only 18 years old, Elaine still does not have much of an idea of the concept of love, or much of an understanding of other people’s emotions. When she was even younger, Elaine conspired with the butler and deceived the drunken Lancelot to sleep with her, resulting in an unwanted child. Lancelot feels greatly ashamed by this, while Elaine is a bit clueless as to what she has done, however, she believes that she is in love with Lancelot. Their child, Galahad, seems to play a very unimportant role in the
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Elaine character - Mark Moeller Period 4 Elaine character writing Being of such a young age it is clear that throughout most of this book Elaine is

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