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10 thoughts on “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

  1. says:

    The story was reworded from old English and some dialogue was concealed because the story is for a younger audience but the theme remained true The illustrations are pleasing and I recommend this book to Arthurian fans.

  2. says:

    I really liked this book, the art work is gorgeous, it is easy to read yet still retains the old language My only issue with the book is I am not sure what the target audience is There are some mature themes that could be con...

  3. says:

    Beautifully illustrated retelling of this classic legend, which comes complete with a moral Recommended.

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    Title Sir Gawain and the Green KnightAuthor Selina Hastings Illustrator Juan Wijngaard Genre LegendTheme s Honor, Courage, Physical Strength, Chivalry, PurityOpening line sentence IT WAS CHRISTMAS, and King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table were at Camelot.Brief Book Summary Sir Gawain, Kind Arthur s Knight, is challenged by a Green Knight during a Christmas feast The Green Knight allows Sir Gawain to strike him once with his sword as long as The Green Knight can return the hit exactly one year later Sir Gawain sets out one year later on an adventure to find the Green Chapel where he is to meet the Green Knight Sir Gawain comes across the home of Sir Bercilak where he spends some time before finally facing the Green Knight, where his knighthood is ultimately tested.Professional Recommendation Review 1 Chris Powling Books for Keeps No 11, November 1981 This book almost had me reaching for the pepper and salt It s not for the purist, let me say, who will refer us to the middle English masterpiece, or, at the very least, to Brian Stone s line by line verse translation for Penguin But how well Selina Hastings suggests both the prowess and the courtesie of the originalalong with its marvellous jewel like stateliness You don t have to go along with every cut and thrust of her version to welcome it as a handsome introduction, for junior age children, to one of the two best tales in the language And has it ever been better illustrated Juan Wijngaard s colour plat...

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    I loved this, though I was a little disappointed that some of the gorier parts weren t illustrated This is pretty text heavy for a picture book, and some of the themes are, shall we say, a little mature Though some of the plot elements were clearly softened for this format I m not sure if this book is as age appropriate is it appears, but no...

  6. says:

    I admit this is a hard story to condense and render appropriate for children um, the whole adultery theme But this book was a disappointment The language, while clearly easier than the original old English, is still at the level of a 7th grader And what ...

  7. says:

    Another lovely illustrated book of a much older theme set in a King Arthus legend The Green Knight is an ancient motif of nature s recycle and man s ultimate need to control it for agricultural purposes but kids love the story of Gawain nearly loosing his life to defend his King.

  8. says:

    I read this years ago, and am currently re reading it I love the language and how the book flows And what I mean is, old english rad.

  9. says:

    Fun read, great pictures.

  10. says:

    Gorgeous artwork This is a liberal interpretation of the original poem, but since I already have the original, I wanted this book for the art, and that s its major selling point.

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