What now are the results we may deduce from this examination of four versions of the Galahad Queste?
With that Sir Galahad heard some one cry, "Knight, keep thee from me!"
Sir Galahad had only his small means, which were not enough for a matrimonial venture.
When he came nigh he seemed a knight, and soon he saw that it was Galahad.
He said it was "Sir Galahad," and had been erected in memory of a deed of heroism, and had no other inscription upon it.
Then Galahad called him, and bade him help to bear this heavy thing.
At the sight of the old man Sir Galahad called to him to help them carry the table, for it was heavy.
The squire did as he was bidden, and told Sir Galahad of the white knight's words.
Practically they are as much achievers of the Quest as Galahad himself.
Mrs. Ascher may have wanted him as a model for a figure of Sir Galahad.