For my creative non-fiction class I'm supposed to write a piece of personal journalism. Seeing as how I was allowed to choose my own subject, I mistakingly chose one that I'm barely having the time to even research. However that's never stopped me before. I'm actually very interested in this subject and wish I had the time to do the major footwork, but since I may be running out of time I decided to use my blog to my advantage. I have a few questions I need answered to help me out, and I'd greatly appreciate if I could get some very detailed replies, if possible, and your own insight on the subject. So here it is:
- Is chivalry dead?
- What examples/images come to mind when you think of chivalry?
- What is chivalry in today's context?
- Can Chivalry be saved (if it's dead or dying)?
So there you have it ladies and gentlemen. Indulge me. I'd greatly appreciate it.
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