Sir Gawain and the Green Knight has many examples of chivalry in it. One of those examples is when Sir Gawain takes the challenge presented to King Arthur. (ll 342-343) This is an example of the first part in the Code of Chivalry. This same event is also an example of the second part of the Code of Chivalry, responsibility to the king. The Code of Chivalry states that knights are to have respect for
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an adventure filled with knights, kings, and many other medieval things. These things combined make Sir Gawain and the Green Knight a great example of a Medieval Romance.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is an example of a Medieval Romance. The story, throughout, also has the characters following the Code of Chivalry which was enforced during this time, and it was considered a great disgrace if a knight did not live by this code.