Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

sir gawain

the novel is the product of alienated world so ,what can we say when we consider this quote

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I think there is a Biblical connection with the fall of man and an alienated world. Biblical parallels can be found in the appearance of Bertilak's castle (Paradise) and the role of his wife as temptress (Eve). Accordingly, Gawain loses his moral innocence when his value system is shattered by the end of the poem. Such an allegory emphasizes once more the poet's Christian message, and the relationship between mankind and the divine.