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1.)select two details from passage 1 that show why gawaine chooses to pursue the graal

Then uprose Sir Gawaine, who was a faithful knight and true man
to his king, though a proud one and a hasty. He was filled with sorrow
for the ruin that threatened his fair land.
“Now I do here avow,” he said, “that to-morrow, without fail, I shall
set forth, and I shall labour with all the strength of my body and my
soul to go in quest of the Holy Graal, so that if I be fit to see it and to
bring it hither, this dear land may be saved from woe.”
So hot were his words that many of the better knights rose also,
and raising their right hands did make a like avowal; . . .

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    Read the first three lines VERY CAREFULLY. Then tell me at least two of Gawaine's characteristics.

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