Gareth

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Gareth

knight who, though Lynette scorns him as only a kitchen hand, successfully accomplishes rescuing her sister. [Br. Poetry: Tennyson Idylls of the King]

Gareth

queen requires him to disguise himself as a kitchen hand before he may seek knighthood. [Br. Poetry: Tennyson Idylls of the King]
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Moreover, in his desolation he not only blames Fortune for this cruel twist of fate, but interprets her action as a personal vendetta against him, concluding that Fortune has permitted the death of Gaheriet to provoke, in turn, his suffering and subsequent death.
It evokes, and suggests the supplicants' mindfulness of, the 'woundes sore' of the poem's dramatis personae: the slaying of Gaheriet and Gaheries 'Wythe many A doulfell dethes wounde' (1963); the 'wepynge sare' of battle (2244) with its attendant 'woundys wykke and wyde' (3365).