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Unformatted text preview: safety of the two knights while Merlyn seems to know they will both be fine, and is not affected much. The whole battle is very comical; because the two knights each have on a set of amour that weighs about as much as they do. At first the men charge each other on their horses and miss. One man runs into a tree and the other just heads off out of sight. They charge each other again and both fall off their horses. The two commence hitting one another with their swords, as if taking turns. They charge at each other once again and both fall flat on the ground. King Pellinore is so shaken up that he looses track of Sir Grummore. The two knights agree to a Pax, but King Pellinore turns on this and attacks Sir Grummore and sits on his chest to prevent him from moving. The scene ends comically and there is no clear winner at the end. 5...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course ENG 104 at Virginia Tech.