Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

A hateful woman who has lost everything comes to King Arthur's court, where she insults the king and then

insists he return her castle. Although the woman's words pain King Arthur, he agrees to her demands.

What does this behavior suggest about King Arthur?

A.

King Arthur is too embarrassed to deny the woman's request.

B.

King Arthur is a coward who cannot stand up for himself.

C.

King Arthur wants everyone to like him, so he doesn't argue with the woman.

D.

King Arthur believes in treating all people fairly, no matter how they treat him.

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D. King Arthur believes in treating all people fairly, no matter how they treat him.