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Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Study Guide & Essays

by Mark Twain

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court was the last of Twain's novels written during the apex of his career. As a work it shows his more mature writing, hinting at some of the cynical and dark themes that he would obsess over in his final years?he thought it would be his last book, but he went…

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Posted By lannisha p #364271 at May 07, 2014 8:03 AM

Why does Sir Gawain marry the hideous lady?

A.
He wants to honor King Arthur.

B.
King Arthur demands it of him.

C.
He loves and admires her.

D.
He doesn't know the answer to a riddle.

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Posted By lannisha p #364271 at May 07, 2014 8:04 AM

Read these paragraphs from "The Rightful King of the Britons." So the three rode back to the church. There was the stone, but the sword was missing. "Now, Kay," said Sir Ector, "if you could pull the sword out, surely you can put it back in."

A.
Sir Ector is excited because he knows Kay is the rightful King of the Britons.

B.
Sir Ector is angry because he thinks Kay pulled the sword out of the stone without permission.

C.
Sir Ector is shocked because he doesn't understand how Kay can be the King of the Britons.

D.
Sir Ector is troubled because he doubts Kay pulled the sword from the stone.

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Posted By ashton g #369598 at Apr 29, 2014 9:01 PM

 

Posted By falcon 2 #366869 at Apr 13, 2014 3:00 PM