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    This posting discusses Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the importance of chivalry.

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    First, as you examine chivalry and Sir Gawain's , please note how it serves as the focus of the piece . Please also target how he is initially so loyal, optimistic, and devout. His chivalry is expressed as he accepts the challenge to protect Arthur and Camelot's reputation.

    His character transforms by the end in several ways. For example, please note that he begins to question the overall chivalric code. He also begins to understand and perceive human weakness, particularly his own. He changes in ...

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    The posting provides an overview of how this piece reiterates moral values.