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The Ideal Man of "The Knight's Tale"

Summary: In Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Knight's Tale" (part of his "Canterbury Tales") the knight represents the ideal man of the highest social class in the Middle Ages. The knight is a brave, courageous and highly honorable warrior.
The Knight is a central character of "The Knight's Tale" part of "The Canterbury Tales" written by Geoffrey Chaucer at the end of fourteen century (1386-1400). This character represents idealized image of a person's behaviour who belongs to highest social class of the Middle Ages. The Knight is a brave, courageous and highly honorable warrior. He fought fifteen mortal battles for his faith and country. He was a true, courteous, perfect, gentle knight.

Throughout the human history, brave and courageous warriors who defeat their enemies and successfully defend their country and nation are always highly honoured, respected and appreciated by the society. These people later on become subject of novels, stories and tales. All religions or non relegion societies have its examples. Epics in Hinduism is its one example where it has become part of their relegion mythology.

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