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|Again Sir Bedevere went; again his courage failed ; again he returned to the |
dying kinsr, "Ah, miserable and unkind, untrue, unknightly, traitor- hearted," cried
Arthur; "authority forgets a dying king. Get thee hence, and if thou spare to fling ...
|Arthur's enduring symbol of kingship is the sword, Excalibur: [I] took it, and have |
worn it, like a king: And, wheresoever I ... the second is both 'Unknightly' and '
traitor-hearted' (120), causing the King to rage that: Authority forgets a dying king,
Arthur Ernest Baker - 1967 - 296 pages
|He is described as the ' bold sir Bedivere,' being always ready to defend king |
Arthur's right to the throne. For bold ... Authority forgets a dying king, * * • get thee
hence : But, if thou spare to fling Excalibur, I will arise and slay thee with my
|In response to this general absence of authority, the four friends turn to poetry, a |
discourse that they themselves ... The dying Arthur declares to Sir Bedivere that
his is the tale of what happens when “Authority forgets a dying king,”27 an echo ...
|Swift, Jonathan Authority forgets a dying king. - Tennyson, Lord Alfred God's |
finger touched him and he slept. - Tennyson, Lord Alfred Except for the young or
very happy, I can't say I am sorry for anyone who dies. - Thackeray, William M.
Robert Andrews - 1989 - 343 pages
|George Washington (1732-1799) American president Truth sits upon the lips of |
dying men. Matthew Arnold (1822-1888) English ... Charles II (1630-1685) King
of Great Britain Authority forgets a dying king. Lord Tennyson (1809-1892)
|The Idylls of the King and Its Medieval Sources David Staines. betrayed me two |
times, who would have ... Authority forgets a dying king, Laid widowed of the
power in his eye Thatbowed the will. I Forthou, thelatestleft see I fear it is too late,
|To whom replied King Arthur, much in wrath : "Ah miserable, and unkind, untrue, |
Unknightly, traitor-hearted ! Woe is me ! Authority forgets a dying king, Laid
widow'd of the power in his eye 290 That bow'd the will. I see thee what thou art,
|But were this kept, Stored in some treasure-house of mighty kings, Some one |
might show it at a joust of arms, Saying, " King Arthur's sword, Excalibur, ...
Authority forgets a dying king, Laid widow'd of the power in his eye That bow'd
|Were it well to obey then, if a king demand An act unprofitable, against himself? |
The King is sick, and knows not what ... Woe is me! Authority forgets a dying king,
Laid widow'd of the power in his eye That bow'd 260 THE PASSING OF ARTHUR