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[[la roman de perceval]] mentions that [[King Arthur]] keeps a fool. He makes several minor predicitions about the future which seem to be at least half believed. He prdicts that a girl who never laughs will not laugh until she meets the greatest knight in the kingdom, and predicts that [[Kay]] will have a broken arm within the fortnight. Both of these predictions prove true.
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[[Le Roman de Perceval]] mentions that [[King Arthur]] keeps a '''fool'''. He makes several minor predictions about the future which seem to be at least half believed. He predicts that a girl who never laughs will not laugh until she meets the greatest [[knight]] in the [[kingdom]], and predicts that [[Kay]] will have a broken arm within the fortnight. Both of these predictions prove true.
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[[Category:12th century]]

Latest revision as of 10:00, 26 October 2006

Le Roman de Perceval mentions that King Arthur keeps a fool. He makes several minor predictions about the future which seem to be at least half believed. He predicts that a girl who never laughs will not laugh until she meets the greatest knight in the kingdom, and predicts that Kay will have a broken arm within the fortnight. Both of these predictions prove true.