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Gawain

bravery in the Castle of Wonders. [Arth. Legend: Parsival]
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The story of Gawaine And The Green Knight will be told at Kenilworth Castle today and tomorrow as part of English Heritage's expanded winter events programme.
78: "Sir Gawaine would no mercy have but unlaced his helm to have stricken off his head.
Sir Gawaine, who died in 2003, had amassed a fairytale collection of rarities from the time of Queen Victoria to the present.
Aristocratic racer Sir Gawaine competed alongside famous names such as Stirling Moss and Jackie Stewart in the 1950s and 1960s.
When the faculty feels he is ready to confront real dragons, Gawaine is given a diploma and a new battle-ax.
But Monica and son Gawaine would be there for him2004 RECOVERINGFEELING BETTER: Arthur has a voice box and now walks with a frame as he takes steps down the road to recovery
Expert raconteur Mark Vance will share the swashbuckling Christmas tale from the court of King Arthur, featuring Sir Gawaine and wicked sorceress Morgan le Faye.
Sir Gawaine was an enthusiastic collector of stamps as a youth.
Sir Gawaine Baillie raced alongside famous names such as Stirling Moss andJackie Stewart in the 1950s and 1960s, but kept far quieter about his real passion.
On the allusive level, the lieutenant's speech echoes that of Sir Gawaine and Sir Gareth in Malory 20.
He has certainly never spent the sort of time or money racing driver Gawaine Baillie invested in his stamp collection, which is expected to fetch at least pounds 11 million when it goes under the hammer at Sotheby's today.
Sir Gawaine Baillie raced alongside famous names such as Stirling Moss and Jackie Stewart in the 1950s and 1960s, but kept far quieter about his real passion.