Sir Gawain and the Green Knight - Unknown, Gwyn Jones Great translation. I expected the language to be very complicated but it was fluid except for a few old-time words here and there. Reading about a chaste and righteous god-fearing knight was refreshing, compared to the usual lust driven knights I've come across other times before. I also loved the Introduction by Priscilla Martin to this Wordsworth Edition; if I was confused about something on the story, I could go there and get it sorted out. This edition also have a Glossary at the end (which looks quite helpful and I wish I had spotted it before finishing the book...). The only critique I have is the unnecessary description of scenes about getting dressed and hunts, but I understand it's an essential part of this kind of poetry. Other than that, it's a great addition to my Arthurian books, short and very enjoyable.