Massiel Rojas Blanco (B25798) Dayana Barrantes Salas (B20866)Massiel Rojas Blanco (B25798) Dayana Barrantes Salas (B20866)
Chivalric Principles in the Christian Medieval society addressed in the alliterative romance poem, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
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Cascante Castro Mairena Dayana Cascante, (A91404)Cascante Castro Mairena Dayana Cascante, (A91404)
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight addresses the notion of principles that is best seen through the poem’s direct and indirect characterization of the protagonist, Sir Gawain most notable in the following three codes: knightly conduct
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Thesis statementThesis statement
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight addresses the notion of principles that is best seen through the poem’s direct and indirect characterization of the protagonist, Sir Gawain most notable in the following three codes: knightly conduct
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The high middle agesThe high middle ages
A second strategy is to focus on the feudal monarchies, using a Comparison/Contrast approach to point out their similarities and differences
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Gawain and the Green KnightGawain and the Green Knight
How is the appearance of Gawain and the appearance of the Green Knight important to the story? What does each look like? What is the significance of the way they dress/look?
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Cervantes: The Jack-of-All-TradesCervantes: The Jack-of-All-Trades
He was an imaginative Spanish writer. Cervantes was a key figure in the growth of Spanish literature. He lived around the same time as William Shakespeare
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