Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
During a Christmas feast at Camelot, King Arthur and his knights are interrupted by a monstrous green-skinned knight who offers them a simple but deadly challenge. Sir Gawain accepts this challenge, which will force him to choose between his honor and his life. Written by an unknown 14th century poet, this beloved tale is translated from the Old English.
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Review: Sir Gawain and the Green KnightUser Review - Lauren - Goodreads
You like tales of King Arthur, yes? Perhaps, like me, you tried to read Morte D'Arthur and it didn't go so well. Try this instead. It's only about 100 pages long, it's in cool alliterative verse, and ... Read full review
Review: Sir Gawain and the Green KnightUser Review - Lincoln - Goodreads
I read “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” translated by Burton Raffel. This narrative poem is about the Green Knight who travels to Camelot to challenge King Arthur to a game. The main characters of ... Read full review