Sir Gawain: Knight of the Goddess

Sir Gawain: Knight of the Goddess

John Matthews


Sir Gawain, the nephew of King Arthur, was crucial knight at Arthur's courtroom. but because the approval for the Arthurian romances grew the nature of Gawain turned more and more decreased in well known literature. John Matthews, one of many world's major students of Arthurian mythology, explores the phenomenon that motivated the recasting of Gawain from hero to villain, supplying a scholarly context during which Gawain's function because the consultant of the Goddess upon Earth, the genuine eco-friendly Knight of Camelot and Sovereignty's Champion, can be restored. additionally, the writer provides a special view of the mythology of england and its connections with the old adjustments that happened over many countless numbers of years within the non secular and mystical traditions of the rustic.

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