In the ninth idyll, Pelleas dreams that the hall is destroyed in a conflagration and, following his later confrontation with Lancelot and Guinevere, "a long silence" descends upon this normally sociable space as its occupants anticipate "the dolorous day to he" (Pelleas and Etarre
Longshot Ed Quigley Etarre
(4.10 Leicester) The daughter of Giant's Causeway should appreciate the step up in trip after plugging on from the rear over what looked an inadequate 6f on her debut at Newbury a fortnight ago.
(18) "The Marriage of Geraint" (hereafter MG), 24-32; "Balin and Balan" (hereafter BB), 517-34; "Pelleas and Etarre
(31) Rumor circulates throughout the Idylls, causing destruction wherever it goes, until it finds its final embodiment in the tragic figure of Pelleas: "And like a poisonous wind I pass to blast / And blaze the crime of Lancelot and the Queen" ("Pelleas and Etarre