Chilvalry in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
<Tab/>In the second half of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Gawain is forced to prove his ideals through series of tests given to him by Morgan le Fay, even though he is unaware that he is being tested. He passes the first two tests, but seems fails the third, proving that even the most noble of knights has his faults. Gawain is forced to face a serious conflict within himself between his desire for self-preservation, his courtly obligations, and his responsibilities as a knight.
Throughout the story, the author describes Gawain as being the bravest of Arthur's great knights…
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