Parzival

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Parzival

(German ˈpartsifal)
n
(European Myth & Legend) a variant of Parsifal
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Already in the Ring, but especially in Tristan and Parsival [sic], we find mystical and world-denying traits that have their cause in the hopelessness of the bourgeois people of this time.
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The previous evening, in the Northern Rock Foundation Hall at The Sage Gateshead, he will tell the tale of the knight Sir Parsival, aided by musician Graham Barr.