The speaker of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight describes the Green Knight’s arrival at King Arthur’s court.?

The speaker of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight describes the Green Knight’s arrival at King Arthur’s court. How does this scene satisfy the medieval reader’s interest in realism as well as the supernatural? give three details to support ur answer

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  • The crowd’s response is realistic; people are amazed, fearful, curious, and courteous. The green knight is supernatural. He and his horse shine green, and some people think he is a phantom or fairy.

    Sorry I’m four years late lol.

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