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Guinevere must become personally unpalatable, submitting her lover to any number of unreasonable trials, and he must put up not only with the trials, but with her whims as well. I knew all lanccelot Lancelot and Guinevere’s affair going into the story so that didn’t surprise me in the least, but I liked the adventure Lancelot had to go on to find and save Guinevere.

The Knight of the Cart General comments 1 2 Jun 11, L’absence de chapitres rend la lecture difficile, selon moi. Dec 29, Tyron Van Geest rated it really liked it. Sep 30, Raeanne rated it really liked it. If you know nothing about King Arthur, I’d still recommend this book because I found it to be a great story of adventure and romance; plus, I found it really funny.

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However, the last 20 or so pages felt somewhat jarring. Jan 29, Kalina rated it really liked it. Lancelot is still endlessly pathetic and everybody needs to get a grip and learn to fact-check instead of believing every rumour they hear to the point of wanting to die because of bad news.

Quite the opposite, excepted the main character, the key characters of the lsncelot are mostly women. Ainsi donc, le brave Lancelot, meilleur chevalier d’entre tous les chevaliers, se ridiculise au nom de son amour pour la reine.

This tale is especially intriguing because it is the first time the character of Lancelot appears in the legends, so seeing his kind is origin story unfold is really fascinating. Also, how do rumours spread so fast? It should also be noted that women are not relegated to the background or to the role of damsel in distress.


They simply had the misfortune to be born BC rather than AD. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

And the poem itself is fl tremendous importance to the history of Arthurian literature. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Arthur is just a king in the background. No hay quien no se burle de este al momento en que todos se enteran de su infortunio, actitud que va cambiando a medida que transcurre el accionar de la novela.

Sep 16, Laurence R. All that we know about chivalry today and of our recent past seems cagallero be rooted from the beginning of the medieval age to which this work belongs and France’s enlightenment movement seems to almost had been predicted long before its time as seen in this plot wherein the queen decided to choose reason over emotion in her reaction towards seeing Lancelot in Arthur’s court ds a year of imprisonment, seeming to bring con This archaic literature is a defining moment both in literature and history.

The tale is still entertaining nowadays, there is no reason to be worried about its age more than years old. Open Preview See a Problem? Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Si bien hay escenas memorables y frescas pa un comienzo, estas se van repitiendo hasta que termina la novela. Lancelot finally kills Meleagent, and that’s the end. His poetry is marked by a learning and a taste for dialectic acquired in Latin schools; but at the same time it reveals a warm human sympathy which breathes life into characters and situations.

I should preface this by saying that I really love Arthurian legends. If I understand things cadreta, Guinevere is often portrayed less favorably elsewhere, but this roman was commanded by Marie of Champagne, who perhaps wanted their story represented this way. I think they are wonderful, fun, and overall just great stories.

Lancelot: The Knight of the Cart by Chrétien de Troyes

Spero di riuscire a leggere altro di Chretien de Troyes. Caballdro prose translation from the early twentieth century: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Definitely want to reread this in lahcelot prose version. Of course the very “knightly” things Lancelot does can see a little weird- like agreeing to return to his prisoner after the tournamen I should preface this by saying that I really love Arthurian legends.


Refresh and try again. But none of the story is specific to Lancelot. Arthur is a typical cuckold, weak, ineffectual, and pathetic—perhaps even comic. Nevertheless, this book is definite While this felt like a typically medieval story with some flaws that the modern critic may find problematic, I found it remarkably enjoyable.

Packed with action, quick pace, filled with drama and medieval heroism, it also leaves room for different interpretations, such as the view it gives on the issue of courtly love, which can easily provoke a discussion that may never be resolved. I should know, I just went hunting around Google to try and find one, but it seems its plain green binding is original and not an idiosyncrasy of the library. I always had a soft spot for the Middle-Ages and our romanticised idea of it.

Lancelot: The Knight of the Cart

Of course the very “knightly” things Lancelot does can see a little weird- like agreeing to return to his prisoner after the tournament and actually fulfilling that promise- but that is part of what makes this story just a good knight story. Lancelot and Guinevere are both presented as honorable characters, even if they are, after all, adulterers. In some ways, this is a very poor poem, especially when compared with Yvain, Or, the Knight With the Lion. There is no hint of any idealistic conflict within Lancelot, as there is in later versions of the story.

Possibly a native of Troyes, he enjoyed patronage there from the Countess Marie of Champagne before dedicating his last romance to Count Philip of Flanders, perhaps about