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Warning Concerning Copyright Restrictions The Copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyright material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction not be "used for any purposes other than private study, scholarship, or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement.
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Prince Guerini t JEAN DE MAILLY 317 PRINCE GUERINI It from him" caressed him and drew him near him so that he could grab the arrow, which he did. The young prince was grief-stricken at having lo~t his arrow and begged the wild man to return it to him that very instant. The savage responded -frankly that, instead of giving it to him, he would reak it into pieces if the boy did not open the prison door and find some )V~y to undo his chains. The.young prince, who cherished the arrow above anything else, be- cause' his most favorite recreation was to shoot the bow and allOW, wanted tp retrieve the arrow no matter what the price was. M~reov(:r, since he was very humane, as one is at that age, he thought it would be a good deed to set a prisoner free, especially this wild man, who had not com- mitted a single crime. But he "found it very difficult to obtain the keys to the prison since he knew that his mother, the queen, was taking care of them. However, he thought that if she went to sleep after her dinner, which happened sometimes, he would find it easy to take the keys since he had complete freedom' to enter her room at any time.And this is what happened. Then he ran straight to the prison' carrying a bunch of keys among which was one also for the chains that the wild man was forced to wear. He did all this without thinking that he would be making his father, the king, angry. So he liberated the savage, who,- in tum, placed the arrow in his hands and quickly fled into the forest. When the queen woke up, she did not find the keys and was greatly upset. She immediately sent an attendant to see if the prison had been opened, and he sent word that it was and that the wild man had disap- peared. Now the queen was in great anguish, fearing the rage of her hus- band, who could be quite violent. She wept. She screamed, and she threatened. She absolutely wanted to know who had been bold enough to enter her room while she was sleeping. Her ladies-in"waiting told her that nobody had entered the room except the prince, her son. They did not dare to mention one of her stewards whom they had also seen enter and who entered very familiarly during the absence of the king. Since this was to be kept a secret, they did not dare to mention his name. Informed that her son had entered her room, the queen sent someone
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