Many sources of Guinevere, such as Layamon's "Arthur's Dream", who painted Guinevere as a disloyal wife, "Lanval" of Marie de France, Morte Darthur of Sir Thomas Malory, King Arthur and the round table tumbling the main the reason. In all three pieces, Guinevere is close to various men such as Lanval, her husband's knight, Sir Lancelot. But from the eyes of King Arthur, she still maintains kindness and charm, and Arthur loves her deeply. Arthur's unconditional love for this blindness, or Guinness and Arthur's best knight, Lancelot, led to the collapse of Arthur's Britain and the Roundtable.
While reading this tragic story, I had to compare it with many famous literary tragedies and love stories. In that story, I also saw the stories of King Arthur and Genevil, Romeo and Juliet, and Jesus Christ. I also saw the truth and amazing human insight. The story communicates the message of hope, and perhaps it can survive. I also ironically thought that religion plays such an important role in the entire story, but God is not actually visible. It gave me the atmosphere without God. It is very harsh and cold. The worst happened a lot, but evil is the only supernatural factor that I can recognize. Despite the difficulties, people are still faithful to their merciful God. Maybe this story tells stories about faith and hope.
The story of adultery between Lancelot and Guinevere is known to almost all the medieval people of the Middle Ages. Eventually it brought bankruptcy of Camelot, the court of King Arthur (husband of Guinevere). As reflected in this, Guinevere 's reputation has become pretty messy after years of restatement. Arthur was found to be Cornwall, opposite Cornwall Passage. He was drawn to conquer England as a whole, next to Scotland's still savage lands, the savages of Scottish people and the home of Pictures. As it relates to miracles there is a large part of King Arthur's story on Pentecost. For the first record of Pentecost, see Acts 2: 1-13. Please refer to the explanation of Semiramis reference of 2nd Ovid Guide. Octavian was the original name of the first Roman Emperor Augustus. Both are examples of extreme wealth. "Transformation" is an underwear that seems to be slippery. How did she respond?