Find a passage in this chapter to support the following statement: Hank believes that King Arthur is a courageous, honorable man worthy of his respect.
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It was a desperate place for him to be in, and might cost him his life, but it was no use to argue with him. If he considered his knightly honor at stake here, that was the end of argument; he would stay, and nothing could prevent it; I was aware of that. And so I dropped the subject.
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court