La Belle Iseult 1858
La Belle Iseult 1858, William Morris, Iseult (/ɪˈsuːlt, ɪˈzuːlt/), alternatively Isolde (/ɪˈsoʊld(ə), ɪˈzoʊld(ə)/) is the name of several characters in the legend of Tristan and Iseult. The most prominent is Iseult of Ireland, the wife of Mark of Cornwall and the lover, later, the wife of Tristan. Her mother, the queen of Ireland, is also named Iseult. The third is Iseult of the White Hands, the daughter of Hoel of Brittany and the sister of Kahedin.
May 20th, 2021
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