2 Works in Isolde the Fair/Palamedes
Arthurian Mythology, Arthurian Mythology & Adaptations - All Media Types, Le Morte d'Arthur - Thomas Malory
21 Dec 2009
There were still nights when he dreamt of the desert.
In which Palomides has a plan, carries it out and sees it go awry, predictably. An exploration of his personage as much as a retelling of a well-known episode, in which Palomides' motives for keeping damosel Bragwaine and tricking la Baele Isoud are clarified. As usual, Mark is a coward, Palomides is crafty, Bragwaine is reasonable, and Isoud is too proud.
"Wilt thou not take me with thee to Cornwall, good sir?" the girl asked again, just as he was mounted.