The Chivalric Code In 'Sir Gawain And The Green Knight'

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The chivalric romantic, “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” written by an anonymous poet, often attempts to share Christian values to teach valuable life lessons. The story concludes with a scene of the round table at Arthur's court laughing at Sir Gawain; however, the knights honor Gawain by wearing green belts. The poet then gives praise and thanks to Jesus with a Latin conclusion. In the Latin the conclusion, the poet writes a line loosely translated as those who think evil act evil. When Gawain stayed at the host's house he thought evilly which lead to him acting evil as well. From the conclusion, one can assume the poet intended on writing the story for the purpose of displaying the importance of the chivalric code. Through
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