- Jan 22, 2010In Sir Gawaine and the Green Knight, line 802, the castle is compared to "a castle cut of paper for a king's feast". (Boroff translation) Was paper in England in late 14th century? Anyone have more information on cut paper castles - it sounds like a centerpiece or decoration?
Thanks for any input.
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