The High History of the Holy Graal

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XXVII.

"Certes", saith he, "Now may I well say that the best Queen in the world and of most understanding is dead, nor never hereafter shall be none of equal worth."

"Sir," saith Lancelot to the King, "So it please you, and Messire Gawain be willing, I will go back toward Cardoil, and help to defend your land to the best I may, for sore is it discounselled, until such time as you shall be come from the Graal."

"Certes," saith Messire Gawain to the King, "Lancelot hath spoken well, so you grant him your consent."

"That do I with right good will," saith the Kind, "And I pray him right heartily that he go thither and be guardian of my land and the governance thereof, until such a time as God shall have brought me back."

Lancelot taketh leave of the King and goeth his way back, all sorrowing and full of discontent.

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Chicago: Unknown, "27," The High History of the Holy Graal, trans. Evans, Sebastian in The High History of the Holy Graal Original Sources, accessed August 22, 2019, http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=QBSJ5YPICKC2SMB.

MLA: Unknown. "27." The High History of the Holy Graal, translted by Evans, Sebastian, in The High History of the Holy Graal, Original Sources. 22 Aug. 2019. www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=QBSJ5YPICKC2SMB.

Harvard: Unknown, '27' in The High History of the Holy Graal, trans. . cited in , The High History of the Holy Graal. Original Sources, retrieved 22 August 2019, from http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=QBSJ5YPICKC2SMB.