And of course I loved the Lancelot story because it is all about longing and unrequited love.
So, who wants to tell the King that Sir Lancelot is schtupping the Queen?
Even the title brings to mind this vital issue: how does Lancelot figure out where to sit at the round table?
Lancelot has an impulsive, glad optimism out of tune with the times.
Volunteers were not lacking, and Lancelot and I were allowed to help.
The girl held out her hand to me in a way that reminded me much of Lancelot.
It was Lancelot after the tournament, Bayard receiving felicitations after the battle.
I was for shaking hands with Lancelot, too, but he would not hear of it.
His adventures are related in a short romance paraphrased into the Scottish dialect from a part of the long French 'Lancelot.'
In all these exercises Lancelot, whose cabin I shared, took his part.
masc. proper name, Old French, a double-diminutive of Frankish Lanzo, a hypocoristic name formed from some one of the Germanic names in Land-; cf. Old English Landbeorht "land-bright," in Old French Lambert.