How Parzival met with Jeschuté, and robbed her of her token, and of the wrath of her husband Orilus.
Parzival meets her immediately after his adventure with the lady of the tent.
Parzival passed through the castles empty halls, calling aloud in anger.
Gawain overcomes the magician, and, both unknowing, fights with Parzival.
With Wolfram, Parzivals fault was Parzival; failure to ask the question was a symbol of his lack of wisdom.
The narrative of Lohengrin is suggested by Wolfram's "Parzival."
It is rather curious though to find the mistake made in a poem so obviously tinged by Oriental influences as the Parzival.
Of the sorrow of Siguné, and how Parzival learnt his name and his lineage.
Thanking her, Parzival spoke to the company: I cannot endure Cundries reproach;—what knight here does not look askance?
Of Orilus and Jeschuté; of the fight between the heroes; and of Parzival's oath.