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The Legendary Camelot

- The Legendary Camelot This king lay at Camelot one Christmastide With many mighty lords, manly liegemen, Members rightly reckoned of the Round Table, In splendid celebration, seemly and carefree (Stone 22). This is the only time that Camelot, home of the Arthurian legends, is mentioned in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. The fourteenth-century poem seemingly gives no clue as to the location of the castle of King Arthur (Alcock 15)....   [tags: Camelot]

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The fall of Camelot: A Consequence of its Imperfect King

- In Western culture, mere mention of the name “Camelot” is often enough to inspire images of courtly romance, grandeur, and valiant knights. In fact, the kingdom is nearly as legendary as the hero who ruled it, Arthur Pendragon. Regardless of whether he exists as a historical or mythical figure, Arthur continues to appear as a symbol of heroism in Western tradition through his roles as king and warrior. When modern culture searches for the qualities of a great fighter, it finds them in Arthur’s strength and his bravery....   [tags: camelot, king arthur, knights]

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The Kennedy Years and Camelot

- ... Senate from 1953 until 1960. Kennedy defeated Vice President and Republican candidate Richard Nixon in the 1960 ( The Kennedy/Nixon debates prove to be crucial for JFK; it was a close election and many said that the debates may have helped the charismatic Kennedy win despite having to overcome public concern that he might be influenced by his Catholic Church and the pope. It was the first televised presidential debates in American history. On October 14, 1960, then Senator JFK spoke to a crowd of students at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor during a presidential campaign speech....   [tags: mistakes and successes, indiscretions]

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Analysis Of Gawain 's ' The Queen Of Camelot '

- Arthur would hate him for it, but Gawain could not help himself. This woman, the queen of Camelot, set his body on fire. He kept sinking into Guinevere and pulling out, going deeper and harder with each divine movement. As they had sex, their tongues tangled and danced, but Gawain broke off from time to time to mutter: “So beautiful,” and “Fucking gods.” His bollocks tightened and he moved even faster, praying he could bring the queen to orgasm forthwith. If not, he was in trouble, because he was ready come....   [tags: Debut albums, 2004 albums, 2007 singles]

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John F. Kennedy: The King of Camelot

- The world is silent “Camelot” has fallen at the sound of a shot heard around the world. A great man has been silenced and a generation is brought to a standstill, for a nation has lost a great leader and the world a hero. And who was this man who had influenced the world with his political charm and strives for change. The man of the hour is John Fitzgerald Kennedy. On May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts one of America’s most beloved presidents is birthed into The Kennedy Family, a socially and politically prominent family residing in Massachusetts....   [tags: great leader, biography, death]

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A Closer Look at Life at Camelot

- A Closer Look at Life at Camelot GRAPH Mounted Knight with the Arms of Jean de Daillon. Tapestry, southern Netherlands, Tournai, about 1483. Moutacute House, Yeovil (Somerset); The National Trust. Today when asked about tapestries, most will imagine glorious wall decorations, with fantastic scenes and vibrant colors hanging on museum walls. In the Middle Ages however, tapestries were not only used as wall hangings, but because of their warm and durable fabric, as covers for beds tables, and furniture....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Caroline Kennedy: Camelot’s Last Heiress

- Despite hardship and adversity throughout her life; Caroline Kennedy has become a productive person in her own right. The Kennedys’ Camelot has been renowned for many years; Caroline Kennedy is no exception. People are very curious about Caroline Kennedy, her family both past and present. Her accomplishments are also very interesting, and she continues to intrigue many. Muller states, Caroline Bouvier Kennedy, daughter of 35th U.S. President John Fitzgerald and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, was born in New York on November 27, 1957....   [tags: Biography ]

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Camelot: Merlin

- Camelot: Merlin We all at one point or another dream. Imagine you are in another place or a another time, the future maybe, even maybe the past where years, days, centuries, minutes all irrelevant if you have imagination. I now dream of a time and place were men have such things as bravery and honor. I now speak of Camolot. The legendary castle wear Merlin the priest, Merlin the magie, and Merlin the wise is supposed to have lived. I am not the only person to dream this dream, many play writers and actors have shared this wonderful trip through time and space to where we may all interpret an event as we see fit....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Computer System Design for Camelot Restaurant Bookings System

- Computer System Design for Camelot Restaurant Bookings System Introduction The Camelot restaurant is owned by the Whitbread Company and is located in Chigwell Row, it serves food to many different people around the area. The main source of bookings is via the telephone but also at the booking desk in the restaurant, the booking form requires the following information: · Name of the booking, usually the person who books it surname · Time of the booking, this is the time when the customer wants to sit down for there meal · How many guests on the table, this is how many spaces are required on the table for the guests · Smoking or Non Smoking, this is wh...   [tags: Papers]

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Revenge is Futile: Le’ Morte d’ Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory

- Le’ Morte d’ Arthur is a medieval romaunce by Sir Thomas Malory about King Arthur, Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table, violence plays a very crucial part in the story. Many different kinds of violence occur in this set of stories, some of which are very ordered and fine, like jousting, and also disordered violence like war. The worst type of violence though is when people use violence to get vengeance, which is a major theme, because many of these knights are mad at others. While many of the knights in the book are concerned with getting revenge, these actions and the search for vengeance are often futile and almost always end badly....   [tags: vengeance, camelot, knights]

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