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Unformatted text preview: Mark Twain Samuel Langhorne Clemens, the author of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court ; he is the tourist to whom Hank Morgan tells part of his story and to whom Morgan gives the manuscript that chronicles his adventures in sixth-century England. Hank Morgan The Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court. Using his nineteenth-century knowhow, he becomes known as a "magician" in sixth-century England; he tries to bring about many changes in the way of life in that century. Throughout most of the book, he is referred to as The Boss. Sir Kay the Seneschal The knight who captures Morgan when he first appears in the sixth century. Clarence A page whom Morgan meets when he first arrives in Camelot; he becomes Morgan's first recruit and his second-in-command in Morgan's attempts to change Arthurian England....
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