Where is the Capitan of this crowd? Keenly I wish to see that sire with sight, and himself to say my say
The head of this hostelry Arthur am I; leap lightly down, and linger, I pray and the tale of your intent you shall tell us after.
My body, but for your blood is barren of worth: and for that this folly befits not a king. and tis I that have asked it, it ought to be mine.
Gawain am I Whose buffet befalls you, whate'er betide after, and at this time twelvemonth take from you another with what weapon you will, and with no man else alive.
In the following lines the author describes the beauty of each season, giving us thorough descriptions of smells, colors and sights of nature Depicting how quickly time passes by until it closer to the new year
on Christmas eve his prayers were answered when he runs into a castle surrounded by trees. The lord proposes a game- Whatever they win in the woods will give to sir Gawain, and whatever happens to sir Gawain he will do to the king
Third part describes lord and sir Gawain's daily activates in parallel
Happy to see Gawain, the lord hands him the meat he prepared as a prize, and Gawain gives him a kiss in return as they agreed before
you are not Gawian the glorious, the green man said, that never fell back on field in the face of the foe, and now you flee for fear, and have felt no harm
You are so fully confessed, your failings made known, and bear the plain penance of the point of my blade, I hold you as polished as a pearl, as pure and as bright