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Ya miss something, SparkNotes. First you say that the Green Knight dismounts his horse to be decapitated, then you say he didn't fall off of his horse. You should have said "he didn't fall onto the ground as expected."
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Really good analysis article. I actually read it to the end and I think you've done a great work. Thanks.
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