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Unformatted text preview: place, "'Think of your bold knights, Bursting to fight, as ready and willingAs men can be: defer to their needs. And I am the slightest, the dullest of them all; My life the least, my death no loss - My only worth is you, my royal Uncle, all my virtue is through you. And this foolish business fits my station,Not yours: let me play this green man's game. If I ask too boldly, may this court declare me At fault.'The knights whispered, buzzed, Then all In a voice said it was For Gawain; the king should halt." (Part 1, lines 351-365). The poet shows here, show that Sir Gawain willingly put his life in the place of his king, fulfilling his duty. While the other knight in the round table, out of cowardness do not step forward, where we again see the bravery and courage in Sir Gawains actions, knowing he might not return....
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course ENG 321 taught by Professor Maverick during the Spring '10 term at MO Southern.
- Spring '10