‘luf-talkyng’ in Medieval Literature 9. Thomas Honegger [email protected] http:// www. db-thueringen.de/ content/top/ index.xml. Wooing Women 2. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. SGGK. Gawain’s ‘continental reputation’ 1) for courtesy and chivalry
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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
bedroom trial: one single temptation scene of 42 lines; simplistic exchange with only three turns
2531 lines of alliterative verses
bedroom trial: takes place on three consecutive mornings, interlaced with description of the hunt; 351 lines of complex dialogue
indirectnessGrene Knight vs. SGGK
Sophisticated dialogues between courtly men and women that have a certain length and deal with amatory matters.