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"There good Gawain was set at Guinevere's side ..." p. 27

"... for at the hue men gaped aghast in his face and form that showed; as a fay-man fell he passed, and green all over glowed." p. 28

"Now where is the governing of this gathering? For gladly I would on the same set my sight, and with himself now talk in town." p. 30

"The fair head to the floor fell from the shoulders, and folk fended it with their feet as forth it went rolling ..." p. 35

"Before God, 'tis a shame that thou, lord, must be lost, who art in life so noble!" p. 42

"'Remain till New Year's Day, then rise and riding go! We'll set you on your way, 'tis but two miles or so.'" p. 51

"She came near thereupon and caught him in her arms, and down daintily bending dearly she kissed him." p. 57

"'Nay! Lover have I...

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