Tristan (poem)

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Tristan is a Old French poem originally written by Thomas of Brittany. It is actually a narrative poem. It is one of the many versions of the Tristan and Iseult legend. The poem exists only in eight fragments, amounting to around 3,300 lines of verse, most of those lines of verse are written towards the end of the story. It has been calculated that this shows about ⅙ of the original.

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