Contents

The Grail Roads is a 144-page hardback book arranged in nine sections:

Prologue: Beauregard

Departure
Gawain
Service
Launcelot and Guinevere
Taking the Horses

    Soldiery I: Puttees / Greaves

Miracles
Morimarūsa
Rouen
    Galahad rides four days, the roads and stubble fields
The Deserter
Pals
    Women in the cemetery’s early chill
Ballad of La Bassée
The Tale of Melyas
Gawain at Amiens
A Fayre Foreyste

    Soldiery II: Respirator / Ventail

Percivale
Estaminet
The Maimed King
What Was Left
    Than he herde a clock smyte
The Cistern
At the Base Hospitals
    In the flooded trench this morning a thrush
Rain
Tracks and Signs

    Soldiery III: Mess Tin / Bowl

Launcelot

A Coward
The Tale of Launcelot du Lac
Launcelot and Elaine
    In the hot night before battle
1 July, 1916
Somme: Grete Sorowe

    Soldiery IV: Lee Enfield 303 Bolt Action Rifle / Hand and Heart Sword

Gawain
Leave
1916, England
Cousin Ector
Winter
Waste Contreyes

    Soldiery V: Pouch / Pouch

Bors
Getting Fitted
A Roadside Shrine
    He drops asleep like he is falling backwards
The Long, Long Trail
The Tale of Lyonell
Crossing a River at Night

    Soldiery VI: Entrenching Tool / Mace

Galahad
At Havre, Returning
Messines
Gales
    On the way up    we pass a wall
The Tapestry Makers of Flanders
Third Ypres
The Heroism of Galahad
Pascandale
    We move along the duckboards to the line
Holy Grail
The Swans
A Citation for the Award of the Victoria Cross
Joke

    Soldiery VII: Field Dressing / Rosary

Castell
Ghost Stories
Reconnaissance
Evacuation
Allerseelen

    Soldiery VIII: Bayonet / Dagger

Morte
Sankgreal
The Manchesters
Mauser
Grace
Systematic Method for Burial of Dead
The Wool Trade
Three Soldiers Travel to Their Final Battle
Near the Officers’ Prison at Köln
A Stonemason
Three-Day Fever
A Junction



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