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'''Elaine of Astolat''', who died of her unrequited love for Sir Lancelot, is a figure from Arthurian Legends. She is also known as '''Elaine the White''' or '''Elaine the Fair'''. Elaine is the inspiration for Lord Alfred Tennyson's poem [[The Lady of Shalott]].
 
'''Elaine of Astolat''', who died of her unrequited love for Sir Lancelot, is a figure from Arthurian Legends. She is also known as '''Elaine the White''' or '''Elaine the Fair'''. Elaine is the inspiration for Lord Alfred Tennyson's poem [[The Lady of Shalott]].
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==Further Reading==
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[http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/elanmenu.htm This site] points to related texts on the web.
  
 
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Elaine of Astolat

Elaine of Astolat, who died of her unrequited love for Sir Lancelot, is a figure from Arthurian Legends. She is also known as Elaine the White or Elaine the Fair. Elaine is the inspiration for Lord Alfred Tennyson's poem The Lady of Shalott.

Further Reading

This site points to related texts on the web.