The Question and Answer section for Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
The Green knight challenges the honor of the Knights of the round Table.
Where now your superiority and your conquests, your grinding down and your anger, your great words?
You need to submit each of your other questions one at a time.
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...
Provincial alludes to the province.... which in this case likely means Camelot.