Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Why does the narrator shift back and forth between the middle of the hunting scenes and the conversations between Gawain and the lady of the house?

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There is a hunting theme to both these scenes. Just as the animals are being tested, so is Gawain. The Knight's wife is a hunter of sorts, looking for weakness in Gowan's moral character.