History Literature / SirGawainAndTheGreenKnight

3rd May '15 6:17:06 PM Smurfton
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25th Dec '14 1:40:57 PM LordGro
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Fact check — Gawain departs the day after All Hallows; his quest takes less than two months.
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25th Dec '14 9:33:59 AM LordGro
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"Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" is the trope namer but not nearly the Ur Example of a Knight Errant. Erec of Chretien De Troyes' "Erec and Enide" already "rode on adventure" as a wandering knight, some 200 years before "Green Knight".
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24th Nov '14 8:35:37 AM Patachou
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30th Jul '14 7:15:10 AM SeptimusHeap
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I Dont Want To Die is now Hesitant Sacrifice. Bad examples and ZCE are being removed.
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17th Mar '14 3:23:01 PM VutherA
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22nd Oct '13 12:16:46 AM 102372
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2nd Aug '13 10:31:57 AM LordGro
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2nd Aug '13 10:24:58 AM LordGro
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King Arthur romances were a well established genre by the late 14th century—this is not nearly "one of the earliest" King Arthur stories.—It's "Bricriu", not "Briciu".— Rewriting some examples, cutting natter.— "Green Knight" is merely a descriptive moniker, not a proper name, so it's not a Meaningful Name.
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25th May '13 11:51:06 AM Redmess
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