They each had ethical and cultural values, some were a lot more obvious than others. In Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Sir Gawain’s character carried out each description of the pinnacle, the pinnacle of loyalty, honor, integrity, and chivalry. Each of Sir Gawain’s challenges helped check and prove that he possessed these characteristics. The beheading of the Green Knight tested his loyalty to King Authur, and his courageousness by having the ability to stand up to the fierce knight. Him occurring his journey to search out the Green Knight’s castle challenged his virtue, chastity, integrity, and courageousness once again .
All of those events proved that he was deserving of these honorary stats. Even the Green Knight who was made out and portrayed as the enemy of Sir Gawain looked highly upon Sir Gawain. The Green Knight who was perpetually testing Sir Gawain through rigorous challenges says to Sir Gawain near the end, “I’m convinced you’re the finest man that ever walked this earth.”
Within the story of Don Quixote, Don Quixote’s characteristics are visible. Don Quixote, is an old gentleman. Though we tend to solely meet Don Quixano in short his character is defined vividly. Don Quixote could be a sane man but ends up going mad when reading too many books regarding chivalrous knights. His actions show he has a longing for a sense of purpose and beauty. Despite Don Quixote’s delusions, he’s ferociously intelligent and sane from time to time. He briefly talks about literature, soldiering, and government among other topics.
As the novel progresses Don Quixote slowly realizes the difference between reality and his imagination, and through his journey he stays true to his chivalric conception of right and wrong. Sir Gawain and Don Quixote are similar in the fact that they need good intentions. Don Quixote was leading a purposeless journey of what he thinks to bring order to an unquiet world by reinstating the chivalric code of the knights.
Sir Gawain had sensible intentions, by standing up for and protecting the King.though sir gawain intentions were more relevant a purposeful, they each had sensible intentions, courageousness in carrying out their intentions, and a purpose.Their similarities also embrace their blind sight and distraction of affection.
At the end the Green Knight reveals this by saying, “She made trial of a man most faultless by far of all that ever walked the wide earth.” On the contrary hand they had a lot of distinctive qualities than similar. Sir Gawain was honorable, nothing Don Quixote did was honorary yet alone real. Finally their variations are clear sir gawain was a true noble and honorary knight, and Don Quixote was an imaginary knight.