The Grail and the English "Sir Perceval". (Continued)

@article{BrownTheGA,
  title={The Grail and the English "Sir Perceval". (Continued)},
  author={A. Brown},
  journal={Modern Philology},
  volume={18},
  pages={661 - 673}
}
  • A. Brown
  • Published 1 April 1921
  • History
  • Modern Philology
It is now in order to consider whether there is any internal evidence in Sp that points to a more or less immediate Irish source. The plot of Sp relates a tale of strife between two clans. Perceval, his parents, his cousin Gawain, and his uncles King Arthur and the old man with nine sons, are members of one family or clan. Probably Lufamour and her followers were also related to this clan, because Perceval addresses them as "kynsmen" (1354). Four members of a hostile clan are: Gollerotherame… Expand