Ivanhoe By Sir Walter Scott Character Analysis

The characters in Ivanhoe are static. Except for minor changes in attitude, there is very little character development. They are mainly interesting as types having certain distinguishing characteristics. Wilfred of Ivanhoe represents the all-good personality and Front-de-Boeuf typifies the all-evil character. Somewhere between these one-dimensional figures is Brian de Bois-Guilbert.

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According to Ivanhoe, the only fate that a knight fears is __________.