Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book XII Chapters 6 and 7

So Elaine goes back to Launcelot, to tell him about Castle Bliant and how her father would set them up.  She brings along her cousin Sir Castor, to be his sidekick. “Castor, hello,” says Launcelot.  “I’m…”  He remembers that the … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book XII Chapter 4

Scene change!  Or not so much, because we’re still talking about the town of Corbin.  King Pellam, you remember him?  He has a nephew named Castor, whom he knights on Candlemas.  Castor celebrates by giving everyone presents — specifically, gowns.  … Continue reading →

Primary Sources: Le Morte D’Arthur, Book XI, Chapter 7

Elaine, out in Castle Corbin, hears about this party, and figures it would be a terrific opportunity to bring baby Galahad to Camelot, and introduce him to his father, and so on.  A dutiful daughter, she asks her father for … Continue reading →