Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book XIV Chapter 10 — 2 Comments

  1. Dang, I’ve caught up already.

    I was caught more off-guard by the fact that he came so close to sinning so greatly, given that he’s the other holy knight destined for the Holy Grail (I assume). That being the case, the self-castration made sense to me, as a way to repent for momentarily faltering and to prevent it from happening again. After all, dude wants the Holy Grail and he’s more serious about not sinning than all of the other not-Galahad knights.

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