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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Part One
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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (FULL Audiobook)
What's with the ads? We are building an intricate medieval castle and are in the processing of exhausting the HistoryTeachers' youtube clips while we work. I think a change of pace is in order. We loved it so much that I think I read it aloud in only two sittings. I'd say, okay, this is the last chapter.
Download the audio to your computer right click, save as. Storynory presents an audio drama adapted from the famous medieval story. It is almost New Year at the court of King Arthur. A strange visitor lays down a challenge which is taken up by Arthur's nephew, Sir Gawain. A year later Sir Gawain sets out on a quest that proves a test to his honour as much as to his valour. Our story weaves between narration and voice parts and is probably Storynory's most ambitious production to date. It might appeal to slightly older children and perhaps to adults too.
A green-skinned knight offers the Knights of the Round Table a simple but deadly challenge—a challenge taken on by the brave Sir Gawain. A challenge that will force him to choose between his honor and his life GawainsWorld So listen here, some green man came to the hall and wants someone to cut his head off. Some sort of dare? Could be fun, right? The deal is I cut off his head now, and he cuts off mine a year later. This goblin fellow is totally dead.