This scene of the tapestry shows a dramatic moment in English history. In it, Lord D’arth de la Vadeur, the Conqueror’s most trusted supporter, reveals that Lucas, leader of the peasant uprising, is actually his own son. The confrontation takes place on the partially completed Trebuchet de Mort, a fearsome wonder weapon capable of destroying an entire horse.
Do you like like Star Wars but feel it's been lacking a literary edge? Try this re-working of George Lucas's fantasy space epic - all written in Shakespearean iambic pentameter. | Someone Re-Wrote The First Three "Star Wars" Films In Shakespearean Verse
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