Le Morte D'Arthur
Le Morte D'Arthur Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory
There are so many swords in Le Morte D'Arthur, you'd be forgiven for losing track. The first important sword that appears is the well-known "sword in the stone" that Arthur pulls in a churchyard, w...
Have you noticed yet how there are a lot of mysteriously-guided rudderless boats in the "Tale of the Sankgreall"? Galahad, Percyvale, and Bors all board some strange ship that carries, them, captai...
The Grail Quest Allegory
When the Holy Grail arrives in Arthur's court in a beam of light, covered in white silk, it fills the entire room with wonderful smells and tasty foods, and everyone present appears more beautiful...
People who Shmooped this also Shmooped...
Noodle's College Search