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Unformatted text preview: knight in stories and movies. From what I’ve gathered, the black knight is a mythically glorious character. When compared to the other Knights, it is said that “The Black Knight… hardly seems cut from the same cloth” (Lupack, 64). In the black knight’s historical fame, there is not just one person who can claim the fame due to his mysterious and multiplied character. Nevertheless, the black knight was a man greatly admired and one whose role I would be honored to claim. Works Cited Lupack, Alan. “An Enemy in Our Midst: The Black Knight and the American Dream”. Cinema Arthuriana. 1999. 64. Dec. 12 2007. <http://books.google.com/books? hl=en&lr=&id=s41NHZh05D4C&oi=fnd&pg=PA64&dq=MEDIEVAL+BLACK +KNIGHT&ots=2FFuar2b_5&sig=2us4Uz2pMdBkQ1XaPa5Wp8lWPs0#PPA64, M1>...
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- Fall '07
- ARIA Charts, Knights Templar, Horses in the Middle Ages, Alan Ladd, The Black Knight