Le Morte d'Arthur Sangreal Cc. 4-5 Study Guide

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Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Mr. Rebenstorf English II-4 1 December 2009 Le Morte d’Arthur: The Tale of the Sangreal Chapters 4-5 Study Guide _____________ Sir Launcelot stays at a chapel with the hermit and the hermit tells him that he is the greatest knight and he would have seen the Holy Grail if it weren’t for his _?_. ______________________ Sir Launcelot’s dream is relayed by a hermit to be a parallel to what? ___________________ When he comes upon a tournament, for whom does Sir Launcelot fight? ___________________ __________________ What do the black knights represent? The white?
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Unformatted text preview: ____________________________________ Unknowingly, who does Sir Gawain joust and kill? ____________________________________ In Sir Gawain’s vision, what do the bulls represent? Name who the three white bulls represent, first the clean ones and then the spotted bull. 1)____________________________________ 2)____________________________________ 3)____________________________________ ___________________________________ Who interprets Sir Gawain’s and Sir Ector’s visions?...
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