Poems are in two sections: 'Prelude', and 'Theme'.
* Contents derived from the Carlton South,Parkville - Carlton area,Melbourne - North,Melbourne,Victoria,:Sisters Publishing,1981 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Note: Epigraph: And when Queen Guenevere understood that King Arthur was dead and all the noble knights, Sir Mordred and all the remnant, then she stole away with five ladies with her, and so she went to Amesbury. And there she let make herself a nun, and wore white clothes and black, and (as) great penance she took upon her as ever did sinful woman in this land. And never creature could make her merry, but ever she lived in fasting, prayers and almsdeeds, that all manner of people marvelled how virtuously she was changed. Sir Thomas Mallory