Chivalric Self-Criticism and Reform
This chapter discusses the critical and reformist views of the knights. The ideas for change and improvement did not all come from the non-knightly. If model knights loudly and predictably praised chivalry, their fear and their ideals for reform were true, and their chosen words audible and important.
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