By Ross Gilbert Arthur
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But I promise you faithfully that I will care for him to the best of my ability. I will have him guarded day and night by two strong, bold men who will do everything they can so that he will not be harmed. One will guard him by night and the other will follow him all day, wherever he may go. Ó (2853) Garinet said: ÒThat will be good. My host, thank you very much. Ó (2859) ÒWillingly,Ó replied the host. With that they went off slowly and quietly straight to AmadasÕs cave. They saw the unhappy place and Garinet was very saddened.
He did not hesitate to tell her all about his journey, but told her the truth about where he found Amadas and the city where he had lived in great sorrow and distress for more than a year. (2909) He told her the kind of life he lived. Now Ydoine was in great pain, and almost died of sorrow: she wept from her eyes and wrung her hands. But on the other hand she was delighted to learn that he was still alive, for she firmly intended to cure him of his illness completely. Garinet went to his lodgings.
He went straight to Nevers where he had left his lady. (2879) Garinet traveled joyfully and went straight to Nevers; he had set out in sorrow, but now he returned most happily. The Countess still languished, lovesick and distraught. She felt more sorrow than Tristan did for Iseult or she for him when she loved him most. Garinet came through the door and greeted her at once, and when she saw him all her heart was troubled with joy and sorrow. She felt both joy and fear, since she did not know if Amadas was dead or alive.
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