3 edition of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs court found in the catalog.
Title from e-book title screen (viewed Feb. 21, 2006).Icon classics.
|Statement||ICON Group International|
|Publishers||ICON Group International|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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A ready way to prevent bribery, and to make good the Prince of Oranges declaration, humbly presented to the honorable Convention. By a lover of his country
Sir Kay told how he had encountered me in a far land of barbarians, who all wore the same ridiculous garb that I did—a garb that was a work of enchantment, and intended to make the wearer secure from hurt by human hands.
The Yankee prepares for his battle with Sir Sagramor.
The Yankee retires for the evening and leaves with his fellow traveler a manuscript which documents his experiences with the Knights of the Round Table. The castle walls were barren and cold; there was no looking glass and no glass in the windows; there were no books, pens, paper or ink.
It was as sweet an outfit as ever I saw, what there was of it. -- to dirt like this? Chapter 4 Hank enjoys the tales because he has listened to it once while the other people have listened to it for a thousand times. Sort of fruit not mentioned; their usual slovenliness in statistics. 2007p2 "At the end of an hour we saw a far-away town sleeping in a valley by a winding river; and beyond it on a hill, a vast gray fortress, with towers and turrets, the first I had ever seen out of a picture.
The Yankee is dressed in fine clothes, but the people want another miracle.
Hope springs up, and cheerfulness along with it, and then he is in good shape to do something for himself, if anything can be done. The abbot and the monks were eager to bathe. It is not pretended that these laws and customs existed in England in the sixth century; no, it is only pretended that inasmuch as they existed in the English and other civilizations of far later times, it is safe to consider that it is no libel upon the sixth century to suppose them to have been in practice in that day also.
And the arm and the hand went under the water; and so they came unto the land and rode forth.
He treats his subjects with prejudice.