The problem in the Valley of Holiness is that the holy well

The problem in the Valley of Holiness is that the holy well...

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Unformatted text preview: The problem in the Valley of Holiness is that the holy well, believed to be the product of a miracle in an earlier day, has gone dry. The Boss examines it and finds that a section of the wall has been broken. While he waits for his supplies and aides to arrive from Camelot, he insists that professional courtesy requires him to wait until Merlin gives up before he takes over. Merlin does finally admit that he has failed to fill the well, but he gives up just as two of The Boss's helpers arrive; when they do, they quickly repair the hole in the well's wall, and then they prepare to make a spectacle of the restoration of water to the well. The "miracle," of course, is a success, and The Boss's reputation is reaffirmed. A short time later, however, another magician arrives, and for the moment, he eclipses The Boss's reputation. All is not lost, however. Using a telephone that has just been installed in one of the reputation....
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