Examples Of King Arthur Chivalry

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King Arthur embodies the ideals of a Medieval Romance in Le Morte d'Arthur, specifically the medieval ideal of chivalry. King Arthur's actions, set forth by Thomas Malory, put Arthur on a high pedestal and he paints him as the ideal gentleman and knight. King Arthur's chivalry is highlighted through his courage, honor for his people, and his high moral standards. Firstly, King Arthur's courage in the passage is set as the ultimate idealization of a chivalrous knight. Malory''s description of Arthur as he rides into battle, is one of wonder of his courage. He writes how, even though the battle may be doleful, "King Arthur rode steadily throughout the army of Sir Mordred many times and did full nobly, as a noble king should; never at

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