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KING ARTHUR

Retold by Janet Hardy Gould


SETTING
Time : Year 650s

Place :
Medieval England
Castle of Camelot
Lake where Arthur draws the sword
from the magic stone
Parts of England where the battles
take place
MAIN CHARACTERS

King Arthur Merlin Lancelot


Becomes king after he pulls out the A magician who paves the way Fights with Gawain to become the
sword from the magic stone for Arthur to become KING strongest knight in England
Fights many battles to unite England First knight of the round table
Advisor and teacher to Arthur
(BRAVE, COURAGEOUS, GALLANT)
(wise) Good and reliable friend to King
Loved by the people because his reign
Arthur
brings peace and prosperity to country Advises against Arthurs
marriage to Guinevere and Brave and gallant in love with
Has a happy marriage with Guinevere
and he builds Camelot Castle for her battle with Mordred Guinevere but does not betray King
Arthurs trust
Intelligent and creative as he creates Helps King Arthur by giving him
the Knights of the Round Table Expelled from the round table and
magic sword when he leaves as
Camelot
Jealous is his weakness drives he was losing his power
Lancelot away Returns to help King Arthur in the
Steadfast in his loyalty to King battle with Mordred
Does not listen to Merlin (stubborn)
Arthur when the king is dying,
loses his throne and life Kills Mordred for his treachery
he takes him away
MINOR CHARACTERS

Mordred Guinevere Morgan


Son of Morgan Married King Arthur and has a King Arthurs half-sister
happy marriage
Creates bas feelings between Ambitious for son, Mordred to
King Arthur and Lancelot Befriends Lancelot and has a become king
close relationship
Opportunist seize the throne in Can see in to the future
King Arthurs absence Goes riding with Lancelot a lot predicts King Arthurs early
death and Mordred as king
Is killed by Lancelot for his
betrayal of king Arthur Wins Guineveres trust but
betrays her by spreading
falsehood about the Queen and
Lancelot
Helps Mordred to usurp the
throne
THEMES

STRONG AND TRUE LEADERSHIP


CHIVALRY AND GALLANTRY
TREACHERY AND BETRAYAL
VALUE OF FRIENDSHIP
MORAL VALUES

A LEADER SHOULD PROVIDE PROPER AND STRONG LEADERSHIP


WE SHOULD LOOK AFTER THE INTEREST OF OUR TEAM MEMBERS
A LEADER SHOULD GIVE OPPORTUNITIES TO HIS MEMBERS TO GROW MENTALLY AND
PHYSICALLY
WE SHOULD VALUE FRIENDSHIP THAT IS TRUE AND SINCERE
DO NOT BE TAKEN IN BY PEOPLE INCLUDING FAMILY MEMBERS WHO ARE INSINCERE
WE SHOULD KNOW HOW TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN TRUE AND FALSE FRIENDSHIP