Tale of Ivanhoe

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Scene from The Tale of Ivanhoe. “The pilgrim was Cedric’s own son in disguise, and that was why the swineherd Gurth did what he asked. At the table the pilgrim had challenged a boasting Norman knight, Sir Brian, to meet in combat one named Ivanhoe. At the tournament the encounter took place, and the Norman was overthrown by Ivanhoe.” —Arthur Mee and Holland Thompson, 1912


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Arthur Mee and Holland Thompson, eds. The Book of Knowledge (New York, NY: The Grolier Society, 1912)


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