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Sir Gawain

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

What extraordinary event happens in Sir Gawain & the Green Knight? The Green Knight picks up his severed head and rides away
In Sir Gawain & the Green Knight, who first accepts the Green Knight's challenge? King Arthur
What detail should be part of a summary of the 1st half of Sir Gawain & the Green Knight? The Green Knight visits King Arthur's court during a New Year's Eve feast
Which characters are present in Sir Gawain & the Green Knight? Wife of the Lord of the Castle; King Arthur; Lord of the Castle near Green Chapel
Which character is absent from Sir Gawain & the Green Knight? Queen Guenevere
In Sir Gawain & the Green Knight, why does Sir Gawain apologize to the Green Knight in the final scene? Sir Gawain is ashamed that he kept the green girdle that the Green Knight's wife gave him.
Which element of the Medieval Romance are missing from Sir Gawain & the Green Knight? damsels in distress
Which statement would you include in a summary of the 1st section of Sir Gawain & the Green Knight? The Green Knight arrives at King Arthur's court in the middle of a New Year's Eve feast
Which event from Sir Gawain & the Green Knight conveys a sense of the supernatural? The Green Knight does not die from Sir Gawain's blow to the neck
What 3 elements of Medieval Romance are present in Sir Gawain & the Green Knight? castle life; adventure; chivalry
Which event from Sir Gawain & the Green Knight represents a deviation from the ideals of chivalry? Sir Gawain keeps the magic girdle
What causes Sir Gawain's internal conflict and his guilt? He violated the Code of Chivalry [chivalric code]
Which saying best paraphrases what the Green Knight says to Sir Gawain at the end? Live by the sword and die by the sword
When Sir Gawain "feigned" courage because he did not want to appear fearful, the word "feigned" means what? put on a show of (bravery, in this case)
Created by: gotmo



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