She is not only the mighty Queen of the infamous King Arthur, but she is also the lover to one of the most renowned knights of that time, Lancelot. Her growth as both the Queen in King Arthurs. In all of the three works, Guinevere is seen approaching various men such as Lanval and Sir Lancelot, knights of her husband. And, yet, she remains virtuous and appealing in the eyes of King Arthur, who loves her dearly. Such blindness or.
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The third instance is when he forges letters stating that Arthur was slain in his battle with Lancelot, takes over the throne, and tries to marry Guinevere. Finally, in a battle with Arthur and his men, Mordred kills Arthur. Because of this, Mordred wishes misfortune on others who have had a better, more advantageous life than him, such as…. Banquo was killed because of his bloodlines of kings and Macbeth feared Banquo being king. Lady Macbeth died because of Macbeth he did not physically kill her but he drove her to kill herself she felt guilty and could not handle what was happening so she committed suicide.
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Arthur's nephew, the villainous Modred, has been planning for a long time to usurp the throne. He is assisted in his evil designs by Vivien. Together, they take advantage of every opportunity to arouse discord and treason at the court. One night, while the king is away, Modred is able to trap Lancelot and the queen in her chamber. In the confusion that follows, several of Modred's followers are slain, Lancelot flees to his feudal domain in France, and Guinevere takes refuge in the abbey at Almesbury.