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(European Myth & Legend) a variant spelling of Iseult
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or Y•seult


a heroine of Arthurian legend, the wife of King Mark of Cornwall and the lover of Tristram.
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Then he said, "If we cannot get to town, the town must come to us." So he sent my sister Yseult to Camelot to ask the king to let us have a knight to protect us against a giant with three heads.
we were Tristram and Yseult, we were all the great lovers in the Pantheon of love."
One might just as well try to make out that the history of Guarino Mezquino, or of the quest of the Holy Grail, is false, or that the loves of Tristram and the Queen Yseult are apocryphal, as well as those of Guinevere and Lancelot, when there are persons who can almost remember having seen the Dame Quintanona, who was the best cupbearer in Great Britain.
The third work to fetch more than $im was Sir Frank Dicksee's Yseult of 1901, a subject inspired by Malory's LeMorte d'Arthur.
Model Yseult Polfliet wearing Thomas Thomas at dapperQ iD/ Brooklyn Museum.
Director Emma Rice helped create the international hits Brief Encounter, Tristan & Yseult, and The Red Shoes with the British company Kneehigh Theatre.
I met my then girlfriend, Sean Yseult, at the Parsons School of Design and we co-founded White Zombie."
Edited by Ellie Palmer, Tom Cornford, Audrey Guinchard, and Yseult Marique
Glen Hansard - Vicar Street, [euro]30 Sea-Change - Unitarian Church Live from the Window w/The Dublin Blues Cartel - Whelan's Lisa Lambe & Simon Morgan - Mill Theatre, Dundrum Winter Strings w/Jane Hackett and Yseult Cooper Stockdale - St Finian's Church Aindrias De Staic in The Man From Moogaga - Whelan's, [euro]12 David O'Doherty - Whelan's, [euro]17
The watercolour Sir Tristram and La Belle Yseult Drinking the Love Potion (1867, design for William Morris's stained glass) presents the couple drinking a love philtre guarded by Cupid.