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Its never easy having to work hard but no good deed goes unpunished In the novel King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table by Roger Lancelyn Green Sir Gareth is the definition of determined and hard working He goes from working as a kitchen scullion to fighting alongside King Arthur As a noble knight of the round table Gareth successfully met the Code of Chivalry because he helped those in need and never fought unfairlyGareth successfully met the Code of Chivalry because he always helped those in need especially the ladies and damsels Even before he was a knight of the Round Table Gareth did everything in his power to help the ladies and put them first On his quest with Lady Linnet Gareth was faced with many battles and in each one every knight begged for mercy Though before he could grant their wish he put Lady Linnets feelings first and only by her request would he spare their lives Your command is my pleasure always at your request I will spare this noble knight Green 154 To become a knight for King Arthur Gareth vowed to to help ladies in need whether it was putting their feelings first or saving a damsel in danger He pledged to help them whatever the cause In closing Gareth successfully met the Code of Chivalry because he always put the ladies and damsels needs before his own Gareth Successfully met the Code of Chivalry because he never fought in an unfair battle When Gareth and Linnet arrive at the Red Lawns of the Red Knight Gareth is ready to fight But Lady Linnet begs him to wait until the evening because it is said that is when the Red Knight is his weakest Knowing that the battle wouldnt be just just or richous if he waited any longer he3 blew the horn for battle and said I were indeed unworthy if I
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