Green Knight

Green Knight
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  • "Now if you are truly as bold as the people all say, / You will grant me gladly the little game that I ask / as my right" (lines 54-56).
  • "Sir noble knight,/ if it's a duel you're after,/ we'll furnish you your fight" (lines 58-60).
  • The large Green Knight Barges in to the Round Table's feast and continues to challenge the noble men to a game.
  • Sir Gawain accepts the challenge of the Green Knight: anyone who chops off the Green Knight's head must receive the same strike a year and a day later.
  • "But let the respite be / A twelvemonth and a day; / Come now, my boys, let's see, / What any her can say (lines 79-83).
  • "Let this game be mine" (line 124).
  • "He held his head by the hair, high, in his hand; / And the stranger sat there in his saddle / As a man entirely unharmed" (lines 168-169)
  • Gawain cuts off the knight's head, and the knight picks up his head and rides off on his horse. 
  • Sir Gawain travels to find the Green Knight after nearly a year since his deal.  He comes across a castle and stays there. The lady tries to seduce him and gives him a magical sash.
  • "As long as he keeps it looped around him, / No man under Heaven can hurt him" (lines 234-235)
  • "Quickly then the man in the green made ready, / Grabbed his keen-ground ax to strike Sir Gawain" (lines 251-252)
  • Sir Gawain reluctantly finds the Knight, and the Knight prepares to chop off Gawain's head.
  • "That sash you wear by your scabbard belongs to me; / My own wife gave it to you" (lines 350-351)
  • The Knight nearly cuts off Gawain's head and once Gawain survives, reveals himself as the lord of the castle.  The two return to the castle for a feast.
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