anonymous
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The story of King Arthur is built in layers with more characters, symbols, an plot elements added to the story each time it's retold. Discuss the specific characters and symbols that developed over time and remain a part of the story. (please help i have so much to do before tomorrow, and i don't understand this stuff. Fan and medal to whoever helps me) :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
medal me then i tell
anonymous
  • anonymous
medal and a fan, help me D:
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey this is a test

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anonymous
  • anonymous
No its not a test, it's discussion questions on King Arthur.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Monkey4224
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok im callin in help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok there here
anonymous
  • anonymous
All i need is 4 sentences explaining this.
anonymous
  • anonymous
monkey can you help
anonymous
  • anonymous
The story of King Arthur is one that scholars believe is a case where fiction has somehow been blended with reality to become part of the history of a given place. In this case, King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table, the Holy Grail, and Camelot, are ingrained as part of the British culture and held in reverence the way many historical figures are. While there is no real evidence to suggest that King Arthur actually existed, the story has been around for centuries and has become the symbol of British history.
anonymous
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do you need my help?

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