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King Arthur, His Court and Knights in the Age of Chivalry, by Andrew Lang

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It was early morning when he reached it at last, and listened thirstily to the notes of singing birds, great and small.
'It seems long since I was here,' he said to himself; 'it would give me great joy if I could bring down a deer once more '; and he shot a great hart, and blew his horn, and all the outlaws of the forest came flocking round him. ' Welcome,' they said, ' our dear master, back to the greenwood tree,' and they threw off their caps and fell on their knees before him in delight at his return.
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