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At the beginning of The Once And Future King the reader is introduced to two young boys Kay and The Wartaka Art who both live in Sir Ectors castle Kay is Sir Ectors son while Art is just his foster son They are being taught by a tutor but she becomes mentally unstable and has to be replaced Sir Ector and his good friend Sir Grummore Grummursum want to search for a tutor but it is July and residents are too busy laying out hay to dry One day Art and Kay take Cully a hawk from the Mewsthe room where the hawks are kept and try to make it hunt Cully isnt in the mood and decides to perch on a nearby tree instead Kay leaves Wart stays trying to coax the hawk down he knows how long HobSir Ectors austringer trained Cully Wart is frightened because an arrow comes from nowhere and unexpectedly hits the tree so he becomes afraid and runs deeper into the forest to hide He runs into King Pellinore a knight searching for the Questing Beast a one-of-a-kind monster Just as King Pellinore is about to show Wart the way home he sees the Questing Beast and dashes off Wart falls asleep When he wakes he sees an old man with a long beard getting water from a well The man whose name is Merlyn already knows who Wart is He leads Wart into his cottage which is full of strange items and a talking owl named Archimedes The two of them go back to Sir Ectors castle catching Cully on the way and Merlyn persuades Sir Ector into letting him tutor Wart Kay is snobby and critiques Wart Merlyn scolds him but later regrets it so he gives Kay a silver knife which is greatly appreciated Merlyn gives Wart many lessons He transforms Wart into a fish where he learns to swim Merlyn cures the leader
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