"Sir Gawain and The Green Knight." By Sir Gawain
Sir Gawain and the Green Girdle
The distant effects brought upon by Sir Gawain keeping a Green Girdle are presented in the poem, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. There are several accounts where the main character, Sir Gawain, fights his inner human nature. Gawain is essentially a knight, and ultimately a human being that like all human beings, fears death. A green girdle given to him by a lord's lady in the end saves his life. However, Sir Gawain and his chivalric and courageous decision to wear a "magic" green girdle is the ultimate cause that leads to his near death experience.
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