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"Aside, a hundred wonderful hunters, they tell me. And keepers took up places and dogs ran free, and the forest swelled with horns and hooves and chases (1149)." "They drove does deeper into valleys, and arrows slanted down, great broad arrows flying at every turn, cutting deep in brown hides... And frantic with delight the lord rode and yelled and ran, till night and darkness fell (1177)."
"The lady of that castle, beautiful to watch, silently shut that door behind her and approached the bed... and now you're caught! If no one arranges a truce, I'll tie you to your bed-I will! (1211)." "Ah knight, I've found you out-and now, for your beauty, your grace, your cheerful ways-Exactly what I'd heard you were-nothing and no one on earth could come before you...She walked toward the bed, wound her arms around him, bent to his face, and kissed him (1306)."
"And all were gone to the wood before light had gleamed; Huntsmen and horns ran loud across the fields, following hounds racing in the leaves...Until they knew he was trapped, the beast that bloodhounds had run to the ground. And they beat on the bushes..and came rushing through, the most marvelous boar (1438)."
"The fox's trail was found, they followed it close to the ground, keeping it warm...a snorting pack running in the fox's footsteps... A man would find him, and shout, and snarling tongues would follow his feet across the forest (1724)." "And his men ran up, sounding their horns, signaling hunters to come where the beast had been caught... they stroked and rubbed their dogs and rewarded them all, then keeping the fur whole they stripped it off (1921)."
"Her beautiful Face and her throat were carefully bare, her dress cut low in front and in back. She came to his room, closed his door behind her, opened a window and called him awake... He'd been mumbling and tossing lost in his nightmare like a man deeply troubled in mind (1752)." "She offered a red gold ring, that shone like the sun... for any man bound with this belt, this green lace locked around him, can never be killed (1853)". "To hide the gift from her husband, She and Gawain would share the secret forever. He thanked her and she tapped three kises to his cheek all together (1869)."
"He went swiftly to the chapel and sought a priest in private to have his confession heard...and his soul was annointed so completely clean (1882)." "Gawain met the lord in the middle of his hall, with his men around him, and greeted him graciously.. he threw his arms around his host and kissed him three times, three vigorous kisses... And Gawain thanked him, and kissed his hands, then turned to the two grand Ladies and wished them farewell, sadly exchanging kisses, urging his gratitude with polished grace (1981)."
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