Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book XVII, Chapter 21

After Jesus leaves, Galahad heals Evelake, pretty much as an afterthought.  Evelake goes off to join Nacien’s religious order, become one of the white monks.  The various knights might compare notes at this point, except an angelic voice commands them … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book XVII Chapter 15

Launcelot enters Castle Corbin and cautiously picks his way forward.  He’s ready for anything, but instead of anything, he encounters nothing.  A whole series of empty rooms, doors hanging open, nothing stopping him from penetrating to the very center of … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book XVII Chapter 8

The magical ship deposits Galahad, Magdalena, Percivale, and Bors somewhere in Scotland, at a castle that men call Carteloise. “Just so you know,” says Mags, “in a minute a bunch of guys are going to attack us because you’re affiliated … Continue reading →