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.po +1i .ce 100 \fBThe Idylls of the King Alfred Lord Tennyson\fP .ce 0 .sp 1.5i .nf .ls 2 .ta 5i Dedication 1 page 1. The Coming of Arthur 6 pages 2. Gareth and Lynette 15 pages 3. The Marriage of Geraint 9 pages 4. Geraint and Enid 10 pages 5. Balin and Balan 7 pages 6. Merlin and Vivien 10 pages 7. Lancelot and Elaine 14 pages 8. The Holy Grail 10 pages 9. Pelleas and Ettarre 6 pages 10. The Last Tournament 8 pages 11. Guinevere 7 pages 12. The Passing of Arthur 5 pages To The Queen 1 page The Coming of Arthur Leodogran, the King of Cameliard, Had one fair daughter, and none other child; And she was fairest of all flesh on earth, Guinevere, and in her his one delight. For many a petty king ere Arthur came Ruled in this isle, and ever waging war Each upon other, wasted all the land; And still from time to time the heathen host Swarmed overseas, and harried what was left. And so there grew great tracts of wilderness, Wherein the beast was ever more and more, But man was less . . .
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."\ These files contain the text of Tennyson's "Idylls of the King." They ."\ have been provided by the Mnemosyne Project at Queen's University, ."\ Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6. For more information contact ."\ David T. Barnard, Department of Computing and Information Science. ."\ Electronic mail: barnard@qucis.queensu.ca. Telephone: 613-545-6056. ."\ ."\ This "readme" file contains comments on the conventions used in encoding ."\ the text, together with some definitions for a unix environment. ."\ ."\ The idylls can be printed, or searched, or edited using standard ."\ editors, on any system. If you have a unix system, the encoding used ."\ here will produce an acceptable listing of the text. ."\ ."\ The individual idylls can be printed using a command of the form ."\ cat readme IDYLL | troff -eqn -me ."\ on a unix system, where the word IDYLL is replaced by the filename of ."\ one of the idylls. ."\ ."\ The encoding of the text is very simple. A new physical line is used f . . .