Read the passage from Ivanhoe. On the other hand, many other knights, both English and Norman, natives and strangers, took part against the challengers, the more readily that the opposite band was to be led by so distinguished a champion as the Disinherited Knight had approved himself. Based on the passage, the Disinherited Knight can be described as a chivalric hero because he engages in trickery. is successful in battle. flaunts his power. is envied by other knights.
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The Disinherited Knight is described as a "distinguished champion" and he "had approved himself". This means that he had proved himself to be successful in battle. Also, chivalric heroes should be acting in ways that uphold the code of chivalry. They should not flaunt power or engage in trickery.
This is from Ivanhoe. He proves his chivalry by choosing Rebecca a Saxon for his queen. He also repays Isaac with the ransom he won from the knights he had defeated but refuses to accept anything from Bois-Guilbert. He also declines to attend the banquet of Prince John.
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