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Parsifal's Page by Gerald Morris
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Jun 09, 12

bookshelves: based-on-myth-saga-etc, arthurian, dissertation, fantasy
Read on June 09, 2012

Like the rest of the series, Parsifal's Page is light and fun. It's also actually a treatment of Parsifal that I don't hate on principle, and that's rare for me. I didn't like him much at first, but I did get to like his character, or at least almost to like his character. I appreciate the way Gerald Morris handles all of the knights -- he sort of assumes good faith in all their deeds, even when in Malory they were shocking and terrible. (It occurs to me that he might make a good lawyer or PR agent, with his way of spinning things.)

The bits about Kai were excellent. I won't spoiler, but I liked his appearances in this book even though the portrayal of Kay during the Percival story is usually one of his lowest moments. And Lancelot, who I also usually detest on principle, was also likeable. I wonder whether he's going to come back into things, and how. I'm looking forward to finding out.
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