King Arthur: A True Hero

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In Keith Baines version of Le Morte D’Arthur, Arthur is depicted to his people as a heroic and noble leader. His actions described and understood by readers do not fully reflect the response given by Arthur’s followers, this suggests that King Arthur may enhance his retellings of encounters to make himself appear more favorable. His allusion is not so great that when challenged it begins conflict but is sufficient to earn the loyalty of his noble men. King Arthur may be a hero but does not possess the supernatural ability to only make the best decision. His most costly mistake was when he trusted the judgment of Sir Gawain over his own. This fault may not have been pure stupidity but more of and emotional bias due to the fact that he felt
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