A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Part 2.

By Mark Twain

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...A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT

...

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...nothing in it
was the right color or the right shape; and as for proportions,
even Raphael...

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...his mercy was purchased, and he then dissolved
his enchantments, and was now recognized and honored...

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...wouldn't have any
use for it, as like as not. If it had been booked...

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...batches of
powder, and ran wires from it to the other batches. Everybody
had shunned that...

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...of powder in it, which sent up a small cloud of aromatic
smoke, whereat everybody fell...

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...consent to it is a finer. The tower episode
solidified my power, and made it...

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...adventurers like myself in the shelter of its long
array of thrones: De Montforts, Gavestons, Mortimers,...

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...sweat blood for them, starve that they might
be fed, work that they might play, drink...

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...eyes I was mere dirt; the people regarded me with
wonder and awe, but there was...

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...among intellectual moles: by all rational measurement
the one and only actually great man in that...

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...of
respecting any unearned supremacy; but as MEN I looked down upon
him and his nobles--privately. ...

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...horse in the lists with a lanceshaft the thickness
of your ankle clean through him and...

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...his time he had kept door
for a pious hermit who lived in a sty and...

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...his again coming,
he seemed blue. And thus at every course that he...

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...I would not.

There was an unpleasant little episode that day, which for reasons
of state I...

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...be born for five hundred
years yet? Just as he finished, the call-boy came; so,...

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...well fixed up and going smoothly;
then I should be ready; all the chances were that...

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...earth and the mineral brought up in sacks of hide by
hand, at the rate of...

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...things. I was turning on
my light one-candle-power at a time, and meant to continue...

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...be poor
wisdom to antagonize the Church.

As for the general condition of the country, it was...

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...in a vast and gloomy castle, along with forty-four other
young and beautiful girls, pretty much...

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...and don't be afraid. Where do you
live, when you are at home?"

"In the land...

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...that
the way of the road doth yet again turn upon itself by the space
of half...

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...get into the poorhouse
in my day and country. In fact, he was glad to...

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...children, that is all. And they
gave me no end of points about how to...

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... Well, a man that is packed away like
that is a nut that isn't worth...

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...self. There was
nothing more to do now, but for that damsel to get up...