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The Canterbury Tales: Camparison between the Knight of Canterbury and King Arthur
King Arthur and the Knight of Canterbury
'King' and 'Knight' are such titles that seem to require power, confidence, and all rule. Yet in some cases it seems that the most important quality in these positions is sure chivalry. Both the Knight of The Canterbury Tales and King Arthur portray this chivalric and modest demeanor, and still hold to be great leaders and heroes among their societies. One who both lacks fear, and has the upmost courtesy, doesn't call for strength, but simply trust in himself and his companions.
In the prologue of the tales, Chaucer tells us that the Knight has…
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