Le Morte d'Arthur

what does sir launcelot state that he would like to prove

study guide for "the tale of sir launcelot du lake"

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"Thus Sir Launcelot rested him long with play and game. And then he thought himself to prove himself in strange adventures, then he bade his nephew, Sir Lionel, for to make him ready; for we two will seek adventures."

He would like to prove himself in "strange adventures."


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