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That evening, the narrator reads a tale from Sir Thomas Malory's famous book,  Le Morte D'arthur;  the tale he reads concerns how Sir Launcelot rescues Sir Kay and conquers three other knights in  the process. As he finishes the tale, a knock is heard at the door: It is the stranger. After drinking four  Scotch whiskeys, this man, whom the narrator met earlier in the day, tells his story. He is, he says, an American from Hartford, Connecticut, and he is "a Yankee of Yankees." He  learned blacksmithing from his father, horse doctoring from his uncle, and all manner of mechanical  arts from a job which he had in a factory. Because of his skill in making and inventing things  mechanical, he soon became head superintendent of the factory and supervised several thousand  men. One day, however, an unfortunate accident occurred; while he was in a fight with one of his 
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