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  • Why Is King Arthur Important

    There are many legends about King Arthur. One is that he pulled the Excalibur out of the stone. King Arthur became King by taking out the Excalibur from a stone. King Arthur was a fifth century British general who fought against Anglo-Saxon tribes and ensured that Britain stayed away from the west. In order to become a Knight of the Round Table, a knight had to prove he was polite enough. In the legend, the knights swore a Code of Chivalry it is an oath today. King Arthur had 1 kid . The…

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  • Gawain And The Green Knight Literary Analysis

    Plenty of our favorite classic tales are set in a mystical world where a noble character is tangled in conflict. Red riding hood gives us the quest of traveling across the forest while being wary of a talking wolf. However monotonous or maybe cliche, medieval romance literature does its best job at staying on point and keeping the reader engaged in the story. In Sir Gawain and The Green Knight, the author used the magical Green Knight in order to push Sir Gawain into the quest that will prove if…

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  • Christianity Against The Green Knight Analysis

    During the High Middle Ages there was an influx of expression through the means of literature, painting, and architecture that encompassed the religious Christian values along with the secular chivalric code. This flowering of the High Middle Ages, during the approximate years 1050-1300, is the direct result of the economic successes from agricultural and commercial advances that greatly benefitted all of the social classes. With such stimulation amongst European economy the feudal and manorial…

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  • Sir Gawain's Chivalry

    Following these rules of being loyal, honest and brave to your king, God, and country is known as being chivalrous. Sir Gawain and The Green Knight, Morte d’Arthur and First Knight were all tales on how Sir Gawain, King Arthur and Lancelot showed their chivalry and duties to their God and their countries. In the poem Sir Gawain and The Green Knight King Arthur is having a Christmas dinner for his knights and the people of Camelot. During this is when the Green Knight shows up and proposes a…

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  • Chivalry In King Arthur's The Green Knight

    Times are a changin. It is no surprise that people think differently now than the generation before them, the generation before that generation, let alone thousands of generations before that. Many people from today to back in the medieval times had very different views on what life what about, how you should treat other and yourself, religion, and most of all, chivalry. Chivalry is codes you live by. For example,in King Arthur's time chivalry was made up of these ideas. 1.) Be courageous, 2.)…

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  • The Importance Of Knights And Knights In Medieval Times

    In medieval times there were kings,princesses and knights. If I could be one it would be a knight.Medieval kings,princesses, and knights had many things to do. Kings were important in the medieval times. He has to protect the church and fulfill his duties. He also has to train the monarch which is an high ranking soldiers preparing them for battle.In their education they have to learn how to joust,hold a sword,bible,history,and different languages.Being a king was hard because the eldest son has…

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  • Integrity In Sir Gawain And The Green Knight

    In the story Sir Gawain and The Green Knight, Sir Gawain shows a lot of outstanding characteristics. Gawain has the reputation of being a great knight and an elegant lover. He takes pride in himself and his viewpoint of the five points of chivalry in every aspect of his life. Gawain is a capstone of humility, devotion, integrity, loyalty, and honesty. Although he is a man of many characteristics, his main characteristic is integrity. Sir Gawain shows integrity through being selfless, reliable,…

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  • Lady Of The Lake And Excalibur Analysis

    While Sir Thomas Malory presents the characteristics of supernatural events and a braver and noble knight,he also includes the characteristic of an ideal, unrealistic place in his medieval romantic tale Le Morte d’Arthur . An example is in “The Coronation of Arthur” is when Arthur is born in Camelot. Camelot is beautiful and near perfect and is where his father Uther Pendragon rules as king. This is also the place that Arthur rules as king when he is finally realized to be the rightful…

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  • Julia Child: The French Chef

    worked in a furniture store advertising department, but got fired. However in 1941, she started volunteering for Office of Strategic Services (OSS). Then got promoted to be the communication for top secret documents in WWII. During the war she met Paul Child, about a year after the war they got married on September 3, 1946. About two years later the Child’s move to Paris,…

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  • Why Did The Holocaust Occur?

    Why did the Holocaust Occur? What factors led to the Holocaust? Ryan Le ELA/ History 8 Mr. Zussman/ Mrs. O’Connor 3/2/15 - 4/17/15 The Holocaust was an organized, systematic genocide of those Hitler and the Nazi Party considered “inferior." They included Jews, Roma, the disabled, homosexuals, Slavic peoples, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and political rivals of the Nazi’s. There were many events that led to the Holocaust. From 1914 to 1918, World War I raged throughout Europe.…

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