Sir Gawain

Sir Gawain
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  • King Arthur and his knights were gathered for a party.  When a visitor appears and proposes a game. 
  • "So bold in his blood—and so brainless in his head— That he dares to stoutly exchange one stroke for another," (lines 65-66)
  • The day comes for Sir Gawain to meet the Green Knight for his part of the deal.
  • King Arthur takes the visitors challenge but Sir Gawain take Arthur's place. 
  • “I beseech you, Sire, let this game be mine." (lines 118-119)
  • The Green Knight swings away but doesn't kill Sir Gawain.  The Knight reveals this was a plot to see who the most virtuous knight was. 
  • Sir Gawain does what the visitor asks and chops off his head.  The visitor lives. 
  • "Come to the Green Chapel, I charge you, and take a stroke the same as you’ve given," (lines 175-176)
  • Sir Gawain sets off to find the Green Chapel.  He stops at a castle.  The wife of the lord is flirting very hard with Sir Gawain,trying to tempt him.
  • “If taking my ring would be wrong on account of its worth, And being so much in my debt would be bothersome to you, I’ll give you merely this sash that’s of slighter value.” (lines 200-202)
  • “You can’t be Gawain, who’s thought so good, (line 252)
  • "It was I who sent her to test you. I’m convinced You’re the finest man that ever walked this earth." (line 340-341)
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