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Truth in Poetry: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
According to Aristotle, there are two distinct types of language: Those that entertain, and those that educate. Entertainment comes from literature that provides pleasure and delight, such as poems. Education comes from works that offer instruction and explanation, for example, rhetorical pieces. In spite of how true this seems, it oversimplifies writing, and it has clearly been proven during this unit that poetry has the ability to both entertain and educate. Within each poem read during this Poet Unit, there is a truth, or moral embedded in the story, yet it is how this truth is revealed…
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