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Sir Lancelot and the Holy Grail Quest

Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Lancelot's Grail , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 30, Marietje rated it liked it Shelves: give-aways. I was wary of this book, because of the subtitle "New age teachings on self-awareness and enlightenment in an Arthurian story.

I hoped to expand on the many versions of the King Arthur sagaI have read as my own spiritual quest. The Knights of the Round Table are dead or dispersed. Lancelot has become a I was wary of this book, because of the subtitle "New age teachings on self-awareness and enlightenment in an Arthurian story. Lancelot has become a hermit in a hut within walking distance of an abbey. He becomes the spiritual mentor of two teenagers, brother and sister, Alura and Frith. My first question was: why has the author chosen Lancelot a the wise teacher? To make it easier to digest for someone new to Christian spirituality?

To show that any human being, who has made major mistakes can become wise enough to teach others? The effect this choice, and the age of his pupils had on me, was that the book read as a young adult novel, although Lancelot's lessons, though not new, are far more difficult than they seem on the surface. The book consists of short chapters with mini paragraphs and a lot of dialogue. Again a sign that it is meant for young people and those new to spirituality. I was disappointed by the stereotypical characters. Alura's obsession with finding a husband was so exaggerated that the rest of her personality was obscured.

Spiritual development is usually more complex than overcoming just one obsession. Lancelot himself is too saintly to be convincing. Sir Bedivere is too battle hungry and drunk to have ever made it as a Knight of the Round Table. The abbot was too busy organizing feasts to keep an eye on his teenage charges. Nevertheless, I enjoyed reading the book. It will go in my collection of King Arthur books.

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Sep 10, Hari rated it liked it Shelves: first-reads. Disclaimer: I received this book from a first-read giveaway. In all honesty, I entered this giveaway because I love Arthurian legends and generally enjoy stories set in that world. The spirituality felt a little forced on the reader, but it wasn't a bad story overall. Just don't go into it expecting a more traditional Arthurian tale, as I did, and you will most likely enjoy it.

Aug 13, Rebekah rated it it was ok Shelves: first-reads. Not exactly what I was expecting. There where some typographical errors. The characters were very shallow.


I did like the lessons learned that you need to be aware and live in the now and not dwell on the past or what will happen in the future. Control you thoughts, so they don't control you. Aug 30, Branden Vanscoy rated it it was amazing. Except for a few editing mistakes certain words being cut short this book was a fantastic read.

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For example, in Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur , the adulterous relationship is postponed for several years, as Lancelot's rescue of the Queen from Meleagant during which, as Malory wrote, " Sir Launcelot wente to bedde with the Quene and toke no force of his hurte honed, but toke his plesaunce and hys lyknge untyll hit was the dawning of the day " after breaking through into her chamber [16] takes place following the Grail Quest. Early on, Lancelot wins his own castle in Britain, known as Joyous Gard a former Dolorous Gard , where he learns his real name and heritage.

His early knight-errant adventures from the Vulgate Cycle that have survived the transition to the Post-Vulgate, and were subsequently included in Malory's compilation, range from proving victorious in a tournament fighting on behalf of King Bagdemagus , slaying the mighty Turquine who had been holding several of Arthur's knights prisoner, to overcoming a damsel's betrayal to defend himself unarmed against Phelot.

Eventually, with the help of King Arthur, Lancelot defeats Claudas and his allied Romans in the Vulgate and recovers his father's kingdom. However, he again decides to remain at Camelot with his cousins Bors and Lionel and his illegitimate half-brother Ector de Maris Hector. His great deeds in the adventures exclusive to the Vulgate Lancelot include slaying multiple dragons and having a decisive role in the war against the Saxons in Scotland when he again rescues Arthur and Gawain as he does on different occasions and forces the Saxon witch-princess to surrender.

Lancelot dedicates his deeds to his lady Guinevere, acting in her name as her knight. At one point, he goes mad when led to believe that Guinevere doubts his love, until he is found and healed by the Lady of the Lake. Lancelot, incognito as the Black Knight [18] on another occasion he disguises himself as the Red Knight as well [18] , also plays a decisive role in a war between Arthur and Galehaut Galahaut.

Galahaut is Arthur's enemy and poised to become the victor, but he is taken by Lancelot's amazing battlefield performance and offers him a boon in return for the privilege of one night's company in the bivouac. Lancelot accepts and uses his boon to demand that Galehaut surrender peacefully to Arthur. At first, Lancelot continues to serve Galehaut in his home country Sorelois, where Guinevere joins him in refuge after Lancelot saves her from the bewitched Arthur during the "False Guinevere" episode. In spite of this happy outcome, Galahaut is the one who convinces Guinevere that she may return Lancelot's affection, an action that at least partially will result in the fall of Camelot.

In the Prose Tristan and its adaptations, including the account in the Post-Vulgate, Lancelot gives refuge to the fugitive lovers Tristan and Iseult as they flee from the evil King Mark of Cornwall. Lancelot has become one of the most famous Knights of the Round Table even attested as the best knight in the world in Malory's episode of Sir Urry of Hungary and an object of desire by many ladies, beginning with the Lady of Malehaut when he is her captive already early on in the Vulgate Lancelot. She constantly attempts to seduce Lancelot, whom she at once greatly loves and hates.

She even kidnaps him upon occasion, once with her coven of fellow magical queens including Sebile. On one of these occasions as told in the Prose Lancelot , Morgan agrees to let Lancelot go save Gawain if he will return to her immediately afterwards, and then sets him free on promise that he will not spend any time with either Guinevere or Galehaut for a year. This condition causes Lancelot to go half-mad, and Galehaut to fall sick out of longing for him and eventually to die of anguish after he receives a false rumour of Lancelot's suicide.

Another sorceress, Hellawes , wants him for herself so obsessively that, failing in having him either dead or alive in Malory's chapel perilous episode, she soon herself dies from sorrow.

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Similarly, Elaine of Astolat Vulgate's Demoiselle d'Escalot , in modern times better known as " the Lady of Shalott " , too, dies of heartbreak due to her unrequited love of Lancelot. Elaine of Corbenic , daughter of the Fisher King , also falls in love with him; she is more successful than the others. With the help of magic, Elaine tricks Lancelot into believing that she is Guinevere, and he sleeps with her.

The ensuing pregnancy results in the birth of his son, Galahad. Broken by her reaction, Lancelot goes mad again and wanders the wilderness for years, and is searched for by the remorseful Guinevere and the others. Eventually, he arrives back at Corbenic where he is recognised by Elaine. Lancelot, shown the Holy Grail through a veil, is cured of his madness.

Lancelot's Grail by Richard Gartee

Shortly after he recovers, he is found by Percival and Ector , who have both been sent to look for him by Guinevere, and returns to Camelot. He is allowed only a glimpse of the Grail itself because he is an adulterer and distracted by earthly honours that have come through his knightly prowess.

It is instead his teenage son Galahad who ultimately achieves the Grail to drink from, along with Lancelot's cousin Bors and King Pellinore 's son Percival.

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Ultimately, Lancelot's affair with Guinevere is a destructive force, which was glorified and justified in the Vulgate Lancelot but becomes condemned by the time of the Vulgate Queste. Gawain challenges Lancelot to a duel twice; each time Lancelot delays because of Gawain's enchantment that makes him grow stronger between morning and noon, then strikes down Gawain but spares his life. Upon hearing the news of Arthur's death by Mordred at Camlann in a letter from the dying Gawain, Lancelot returns to Dover and mourns the deaths of his comrades.

In Britain, Lancelot's victorious war against the sons of Mordred and their Saxon allies provides him a partial atonement for his earlier role in the Vulgate story. She refuses to kiss Lancelot one last time, telling him to return to his lands and that he will never see her face again.

Instead, Lancelot declares that, if she will take a life of penitence , then so will he. Lancelot then retires to a hermitage to seek redemption, with eight of his kin joining him in monastic life, including Hector.

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