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A look at evil in "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" and the Prologue to "Canterbury Tales".
In medieval times, purity and virtue were much-admired traits. Evil was hated by all, and looked lowly upon by all members of society. In "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" and "The Canterbury Tales" the respective authors tell of how evil, although believed to be a trait of low beggars and such, could creep its way into the higher rungs of society, and through certain circumstances, force all kinds of people to selfish acts of greed.
Sir Gawain the glorious is the epitome of good, and all that chivalry stands for. He is very attracted to the lady of the castle, who has cheeks of "red and…
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