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Date Submitted: 04/21/2002 09:42:00
Category: / Literature / Novels
Length: 2 pages (455 words)
In the book Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott, a knight named Ivanhoe devotes his life to keeping to the codes of chivalry. The general setting is in England, where the way of life is medieval. Respect and loyalty are two of the character traits that Ivanhoe has. These are two very important traits because without them, what kind of person would he be? For example, in the beginning of the book Ivanhoe is known as …
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…is a friend of Ivanhoe’s. I did not enjoy this book. I thought it was very confusing. I never understood who was who or who was in love with whom. I also got very confused because a lot of the characters had two names. This book sounds much better than it actually was. The author put a short story into a novel and used way too many words. Well, that’s my opinion anyway.
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