Thomas Malory: The Knight-Prisoner's Redemption
And so he went privily into the court, and saw this adventure, whereof it raised his heart, and he would assay it as other knights did, but for he was poor and poorly arrayed he put him not far in press. But in his heart he was fully assured to do as well, if his grace happed him, as any knight that there was.
Morte d’Arthur, Book 2, Chapter 1.
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