A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Part 9.

By Mark Twain

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

...

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...heard that imploring cry come from my lips in my sleep.
With a grand magnanimity she...

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...steeped in troubled bodings all this time--their faces
showed it. I called an escort and...

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... The Church had
struck; the thing for me to do was to get into a...

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...Queen Guenever, it wouldn't have
come so early; but it would have come, anyway. It...

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...the ambushed witnesses--to wit,
Mordred, Agravaine, and twelve knights of lesser rank, for he
killed every one...

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...He notified Launcelot to get him
thence, and make swift preparation, and look to be soon...

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...they were full sore wounded. Jesu
mercy, said the king, where are...

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...might that he had, up to the butt of King
Arthur's spear. ...

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...tell you. I did not find out these things at once,
but I found them...

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...we secretly established our first great electric
plant when I was projecting a miracle."

"Just so. ...

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...You don't want
any ground-connection except the one through the negative brush.
The other end of every...

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...that was merely an incident."

"Did the committee make a report?"

"Yes, they made one. You...

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...nation
when other authority has ceased. It is the duty of
...

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...then, you know, I could imagine
the baby goo-gooing something out in reply, with its fists...

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...minds and hearts, _All England is marching against us!_
and ever more strenuously imploring attention with...

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...Then
there will be an episode! Immediately after, the civilian multitude
in the rear will retire,...

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...of the multitude from our sight.

Time for the second step in the plan of campaign!...

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...So long as the
planets shall continue to move in their orbits, the
...

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...in the night, perhaps.
I believed I knew what project they would attempt, because it was
plainly...

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...idea. I came forward under an imaginary guard of
the enemy's soldiers, produced my paper,...

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...had been waiting for. This sound thickened, and
approached--from toward the north. Presently, I...

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...it _is_
a man!--leaning on the fence."

"I certainly believe it is; let us go and see."

We...

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...friends rather than enemies, and in any case
we should be out of reach of swords,...

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...made a rush, and my wires
would have gone down before it; but that lost instant...

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...recognized him and stabbed him. That knight was
Sir Meliagraunce, as I found out by...

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...that petrified laugh until
the corpse turns to dust.

The Boss has never stirred--sleeps like a stone....

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...awful dreams, Sandy! Dreams that were as real
as reality--delirium, of course, but _so_ real!...