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A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
by Mark Twain
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CONTENTS
Preface
A Word of Explanation
The Stranger's History
Chapter I: Camelot
Chapter II: King Arthur's Court
Chapter III: Knights of the Table Round
Chapter IV: Sir Dinadan the Humorist
Chapter V: An Inspiration
Chapter VI: The Eclipse
Chapter VII: Merlin's Tower
Chapter VIII: The Boss
Chapter IX: The Tournament
Chapter X: Beginnings of Civilization
Chapter XI: The Yankee in Search of Adventures.
Chapter XII: Slow Torture
Chapter XIII: Freemen
Chapter XIV: "Defend Thee, Lord"
Chapter XV: Sandy's Tale
Chapter XVI: Morgan le Fay
Chapter XVII: A Royal Banquet
Chapter XVIII: In the Queen's Dungeons
Chapter XIX: Knight-Errantry as a Trade
Chapter XX: The Ogre's Castle
Chapter XXI: The Pilgrims
Chapter XXII: The Holy Fountain
Chapter XXIII: Restoration of the Fountain
Chapter XXIV: A Rival Magician
Chapter XXV: A Competitive Examination
Chapter XXVI: The First Newspaper
Chapter XXVII: The Yankee and the King Travel Incognito
Chapter XXVIII: Drilling the King
Chapter XXIX: The Smallpox Hut
Chapter XXX: The Tragedy of the Manor-House
Chapter XXXI: Marco
Chapter XXXII: Dowley's Humiliation
Chapter XXXIII: Sixth Century Political Economy
Chapter XXXIV: The Yankee and the King Sold as Slaves
Chapter XXXV: A Pitiful Incident
Chapter XXXVI: An Encounter in the Dark
Chapter XXXVII: An Awful Predicament
Chapter XXXVIII: Sir Launcelot and Knights to the Rescue
Chapter XXXIX: The Yankee's Fight with the Knights
Chapter XL: Three Years Later
Chapter XLI: The Interdict
Chapter XLII: War!
Chapter XLIII: The Battle of the Sand Belt
Chapter XLIV: A Postscript by Clarence
Final P.S. by M.T.

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