Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Essay | The Requirements of a Good Knight

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The Requirements of a Good Knight

Summary: This essay discusses the requirements for a good knight in the novel "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight."
Just imagine sitting at the Round Table with King Arthur and all of the other noble knights. Then one have to pledge to follow the four virtues. To be noble, strong, full of energy, and to be fearless and bold. In all aspects and essence of this to be the best you have to follow all. No man can follow all of these virtues and live by them day in a day out. So by setting these standards knight are placed higher than man. Thus, Gawain is not the best knight, but is a good man.

All men and knights are righteous to a certain degree. The definition of noble is: having or showing qualities of high moral character, such as courage, generosity, or honor (dictionary.com). Gawain experiences these qualities throughout the book, yet he is showing them as a man of honor...

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