Yes, both Sir Andrew and Sir Toby are characters in Twelfth Night. Shakespeare was perhaps making a comment on the type of men who got knighted in those days: Sir Andrew is a dolt and a coward, and Sir Toby is an alcoholic.
because he is a captain of a ship and his crew members call him as sir and so the poet is also refering him as sir and also to give respect to him
Sir R H. Matthew has written: 'Belfast'
an example of comic relief is at the beginning of the play with the Montagues and the CapuletsI:i:41-53 "I will frown as I pass by... No, sir, I do not bite my thumb at you, sir; but I bite my thumb, sir."
I think Lancelot killed him
sir gawain was born in 1101
Sir Gawain is from the legends of King Arthur. He fought and cut off the head of the Green Knight in 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight'.
The author for "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" is unknown.
Sir Gawain was a legendary Knight of the Round Table, a contemporary of King Arthur.
conveys a sense of the supernatural?
The author of Sir Gawain and the green knight is unknown.
Called Sir Gawain by the English, Gauvan by the French, and Gwalchmei by the Wels.
Sir Gawain is on the Ice Planet and Sir Cador is on the Jungle Planet.
Sir Gawain makes a deal with the Lord that during the time of his stay at the Lords manor, every night, Sir Gawain would give the Lord whatever he had received that day.
For the Holy Grail . . .