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´╗┐Title: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Author: Twain, Mark, 1835-1910
Language: English
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This audio reading of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court is read by

Steve Andersen



Contents

# Preface - 00:19:06

# Chapter 1: Camelot - 00:06:28

# Chapter 2: King Arthur's Court - 00:14:05

# Chapter 3: Knights of the Table Round - 00:15:27

# Chapter 4: Sir Dinadan the Humorist - 00:07:57

# Chapter 5: An Inspiration - 00:13:44

# Chapter 6: The Eclipse - 00:16:06

# Chapter 7: Merlin's Tower - 00:16:36

# Chapter 8: The Boss - 00:16:08

# Chapter 9: The Tournament - 00:16:27

# Chapter 10: Beginnings of Civilization - 00:11:30

# Chapter 11: The Yankee in Search of Adventures - 00:20:59

# Chapter 12: Slow Torture - 00:11:27

# Chapter 13: Freemen! - 00:21:57

# Chapter 14: "Defend Thee, Lord!" - 00:09:45

# Chapter 15: Sandy's Tale - 00:20:52

# Chapter 16: Morgan Le Fay - 00:16:01

# Chapter 17: A Royal Banquet - 00:22:36

# Chapter 18: In the Queen's Dungeons - 00:26:40

# Chapter 19: Knight Errantry as a Trade - 00:08:11

# Chapter 20: The Ogre's Castle - 00:18:36

# Chapter 21: The Pilgrims - 00:30:15

# Chapter 22: The Holy Fountain - 00:25:30

# Chapter 23: Restoration of the Fountain - 00:18:59

# Chapter 24: A Rival Magician - 00:24:41

# Chapter 25: A Competitive Examination - 00:28:44

# Chapter 26: The First Newspaper - 00:22:42

# Chapter 27: The Yankee and the King Travel Incognito - 00:19:09

# Chapter 28: Drilling the King - 00:12:14

# Chapter 29: The Small-Pox Hut - 00:17:29

# Chapter 30: The Tragedy of the Manor-House - 00:24:38

# Chapter 31: Marco - 00:16:39

# Chapter 32: Dowley's Humiliation - 00:16:22

# Chapter 33: Sixth Century Political Economy - 00:29:32

# Chapter 34: The Yankee and the King Sold as Slaves - 00:27:36

# Chapter 35: A Pitiful Incident - 00:19:47

# Chapter 36: An Encounter in the Dark - 00:09:30

# Chapter 37: An Awful Predicament - 00:17:01

# Chapter 38: Sir Launcelot and Knights to the Rescue - 00:06:48

# Chapter 39: The Yankee's Fight with the Knights - 00:24:49

# Chapter 40: Three Years Later - 00:18:59

# Chapter 41: The Interdict - 00:10:47

# Chapter 42: War! - 00:27:09

# Chapter 43: The Battle of the Sand-Belt - 00:32:03

# Chapter 44: A Postscript by Clarence - 00:10:10



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