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Chivalry Chivalry according to medieval examples involves some definitions of playing other than to wave arms and says such things like striving for or what is all about Such definition is seem and elusive to understand according to its form of emotional than intellectual Well according to this information I feel that Chivalry is a romantic issue I do not trying to say is the usual romantic as we known on the movies when a man loves a woman and so on By romantic I mean an ethic where we can feel the hard of the ideal and the sweet of the ideal and it is so special or perfect to failure in the real word Some examples are that some histories are no as real as we think for instance Don Quixote is no more than a glamorous fool who believe in defeating some warriors but in reality those warriors did not never exited The mean problem in discussing chivalry within the society is that chivalry is a word with many different meanings If we try to discuss its meaning we must need to pay attention before we start using the lies at the heart of this game that we play The game starts with different steps to follow First these steps are the authentic medieval uses which range from the early deem boys on da horses and so on The behavior of the boys on the horses to the late period was to idealize conduct of the knights The game plays an important roll in the genoricity of its authenticity But I feel that no one of this have to deal with the used of the word within the society The romance that is involved in Chivalry is so powerful and cannot be denied The society should be an enactment of medieval romance as much as a medieval re-enactment In the ideal Chivalry has never stood still that is the great reason that
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