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What do we learn about Sir Gawain's character from his speech in line 343-365?

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    Please post those lines here so I know what you're referring to. I don't have the text anymore, although I remember the story clearly.

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    Check out this site for help with this poem.

    http://www.lib.rochester.edu/CAMELOT/sggk.htm

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    compare and contrast Beowulf's speech with Sir Gawain's speech.

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