Guinevere as Lord

  title={Guinevere as Lord},
  author={A Longley},
  pages={49 - 62}
  • A. Longley
  • Published 1 April 2015
  • Psychology
  • Arthuriana
The two most important women in Lancelot's life, Guinevere and the Lady of the Lake, are his 'female lord' and his 'female master.' Their female roles are examined in relation to the love theme and in the context of decoding female authority. 

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