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Galahad: Enough of His Life to Explain His Reputation

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Twice in his life a woman asked Lancelot for his love. Two very different women, both named Elaine. But as the world knows, Lancelot cared for no woman except Guinevere. The second Elaine tried her best to get Lancelot to marry her, or at the very least be her paramour. From these two things, Lancelot excused himself, all the while thinking of his younger years and the oth ...more
Published by Kessinger Publishing (first published January 1st 1926)
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This was a used bookstore find. It is an interesting take on what molded the man that found the Holy Grail. In 1989 I went on a major King Arthur run, and sought out anything that told the story from a new angle.
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John Erskine (October 5, 1879 – June 2, 1951) was an American educator and author, pianist and composer. He was first an English professor at Amherst College from 1903 to 1909, followed by Columbia University from 1909 and 1937, during his tenure he formulated the General Honors Course, which later founded the influential Great Books movement. He published over 100 books, novel, criticism, essays ...more
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