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Unformatted text preview: Group b v. sir Gawain June 15, 2010 The hon. Kimberly jack presiding The court is in session for the trial of sir Gawain On the 15 th of June in the year of 2010 Sir Gawain will be tried for the following charges: Oath-Breaking, Avarice (Greed), Cowardice and Adultery. For the counts of Cowardice and Adultery the prosecutor presents the following: Cowardice: Sir Gawain is guilty on multiple counts of cowardice. Beginning in the first section of the literature, we see that Sir Gawain delays his journey to visit the Green Knight because he is frightened by what the future might hold. We know this because Sir Gawain is given 1 year and 1 day to make good on his previous agreement with the Green Knight but he makes no progress in his endeavor after 11 months. Not only does the defendant not know where he is going but he also waits for the onset of winter before starting his journey. Clearly he is simply stalling, just delaying the inevitable. The proof is starting his journey....
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course ENGL 2200 taught by Professor Allen during the Summer '07 term at Auburn University.
- Summer '07
- World Literature