英国论文代写:亚瑟王的传统  

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英国论文代写:亚瑟王的传统

1)这节经文来自Le Morte D’Arthur一个使命的陈述和一个关于主角感到他的崇高事业的说法(Malory,Graves and Baines,1988)。主角想要重新强调这个追求和他的旅程,为他祈祷并为他的使命祷告。为他的灵魂祈祷,并为他的行为和行为祈祷(Batt,2002)。

2)这节经文提到对战士缺乏感激的深切不满(Thomas,1961)。他觉得无论成就和成就如何,他总是不断地被殴打,对他感到的仇恨使他更加不满和不满(Benson,1976)。

英国论文代写:亚瑟王的传统

3)提到戒指是从马洛伊收集的亚瑟王的诗歌,应该代表国王和女王之间的纽带。兰斯洛特爵士把它交给矮人的方式,表明了戒指所具有的深刻意义,以及亚瑟王的手下的诚实,以确保戒指归还给合法的主人。从上下文可以看出,戒指成为国王骑士之间信任的象征,也是国王对女王承诺的象征(Brinton,1996)。

4)这节经文也来自Mallroy收集的“亚瑟王”,是基于与兰斯洛特爵士的交谈,在那里注意到来到骑士队的女王船更多的是因为国王和他的骑士之间的友谊被视为远远更大和更强(Mallroy,Graves和Baines,1988)。

英国论文代写:亚瑟王的传统

1)This verse is from Le Morte D’Arthur the statement of a mission and a statement regarding what the protagonist feels is his noble cause (Malory, Graves and Baines, 1988). The protagonist wants to reemphasize this quest and his journey by asking for a prayer for him and pray for his mission. Pray for the soul and act that he is about to carry out and pray for his deeds and his actions (Batt, 2002).

2) This verse is in reference to the deep dissatisfaction that was felt in regards to a lack of appreciation that was given to the warrior (Thomas, 1961). He felt that he had been constantly beaten down regardless of his achievements and accomplishments and that the hatred that was felt towards him allowed further abuse and discontent to be shown towards him (Benson, 1976).

英国论文代写:亚瑟王的传统

3) The reference to the ring is from Mallroy’s collection of poems on King Arthur and is   supposed to represent the bond between the King and the Queen. The manner in which Lord Lancelot gave it to the dwarf, it showed the deep significance the ring had and the honesty of King Arthur’s men to make sure that the ring was returned to the rightful owner. The context shows that the ring became a symbol of trust between the King’s Knights as well as the symbol of the King’ commitment to the queen (Brinton, 1996).

4) This verse is also from Mallroy’s collection on King Arthur is based on the conversation with Lord Lancelot where it is noted that the queen ships that come in the Knights are far more due to which the friendship between the King and his Knight is seen as far greater and far stronger (Mallroy, Graves and Baines, 1988) .