The revised ending, in which Arthur returns Golagros’s lands, vindicates both Arthur’s pre-eminence and virtue and Golagros’s claims onesto sovereignty

The revised ending, in which Arthur returns Golagros’s lands, vindicates both Arthur’s pre-eminence and virtue and Golagros’s claims onesto sovereignty

Per giving his men the opportunity puro renounce their ties esatto him before he vows fealty sicuro Gawain, Golagros acknowledges his people’s right sicuro political freedom. Per return, his people respond with a heart-warming and, one could argue, equally Scottish medieval trait of loyalty esatto their own royal line ‘for chance that may cheif’ (line 1193). Read more