I love Arthurian tales and I love Tolkien so what could possibly go wrong? Absolutely nothing. It’s a fragment, sadly; he got distracted with some book called The Lord of the Rings, or something like that, and he never finished it. A great pity. But there’s enough of the poem (oh yes, did I mention that it’s a poem? Using the Old English alliterative metre?) to get a good sense of its tone and majesty. Loved it.
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