All of the following are differences between Marie’s Lanval and Sir Launfal except: A.) The problems that Sir Launfal faces are much more practical and solvable than the ones faced by Marie’s Lanval. B.) Dame Tryamour of Sir Launfal is more eager to reincorporate Launfal into the courtly world than to have him to herself for erotic love, as the fairy mistress of Lanval wishes above all else. C.). Sir Launfal is less concerned than Lanval with class differences. D.) In Sir Launfal, Launfal never actually leave the court, but keeps returning to play tournaments with it, as opposed to Marie’s Lanval where he renounces it permanently and ride off into fantasy land with the fairy queen. E.) All are true differences between the two poems.