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Malory
De Troyes
von Eschenbach
Spicer on Percival

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No visible means of support
The Grail De Troyes
von Eschenbach
Malory
hung there like june-berries in October or something
      I had felt and forgotten
There was a palace and an ocean I was in
A ship that cast its water on the tide
A grail, a real grail. De Troyes
von Eschenbach
Malory
Snark-hungry.
The grail hung there with the seaguls circling round it and the
      pain of my existence soothed
"Fool," they sang in voices more like angels watching
"Fool."

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