A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Part 3.

By Mark Twain

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

...

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...it had been. It was
beginning to get hot. This was quite noticeable. ...

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...clouds and
get into my nose and make me sneeze and cry; and of course I...

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...the shaking enough
to change from nose to lip, and lip to ear, and buzz and...

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...would think
something would surely happen to her works, by and by; but no,
they never got...

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...was obliged to remain in my armor, because I could not get it off
by myself...

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...of sleep; weary from thrashing around,
famished from long fasting; pining for a bath, and to...

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...up and
banners flying, at the other end of it; had elected itself to be
the Nation,...

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...after his day's
work and whip the ponds to keep the frogs quiet; if the freeman's
daughter--but...

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...worst enemy could desire.
There was something pitifully ludicrous about it. I asked them
if they...

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...authority
and instituted for their benefit; and that they have _at all times_
an undeniable and indefeasible...

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...said:

"Take it to the palace at Camelot and give it into the hands of
Amyas le...

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...say, in purchasing power. If my start from
Camelot could have been delayed a very...

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...the next afternoon. We were crossing
a vast meadow by way of short-cut, and I...

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...about my apparatus,
I couldn't tell what; but we must hurry and get away, for those
people...

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...know what to do with them; unless I raffle
them off. How many of them...

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...to and fro by a tree. And then was Sir Gawaine
ware how there hung...

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...court of Comanches, and there isn't a squaw
in it who doesn't stand ready at the...

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... .

"So these two knights came together with great random--"

I saw that I had...

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...midst of their shields, but Sir Gawaine's spear brake--"

"I knew it would."

--"but Sir Marhaus's spear...

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...because he is
a jackass. It is a mixture that is always ineffectual, and should
never...

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...in the soft summer
mornings, out of sweet dreams of her, and say "Hello, Central!"
just to...

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...wound down from this castle.

As we approached each other, I saw that he wore a...

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...nobility that soap was harmless; if any final doubt
remained, he must catch a hermit--the woods...

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...this
animal would now be dubbed a martyr, and would take his place
among the saints of...

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... I have nothing pleasant to
tell about that visit. But it was not a...

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...his mother, went to the anteroom
and called some servants, and meanwhile madame went rippling sweetly
along...

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...your coming, and by them I knew you when you entered
here. I did but...