The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Rewards and Fairies by Rudyard Kipling:|
come to Harry's long ears, and he bids you give account of it.
There are heavy fines in his eye, but I am with you to the hilt,
'When the boy had fled back, Hugh said to me: "It was Rahere's
witless man that cried, ''Ware Red William's arrow!' I heard him,
and so did the Clerk of Netherfield."
'"Then Rahere must answer to the King for his man," said I.
"Keep him by you till I send," and I hastened down.
'The King was with De Aquila in the Grand Stand above
Welansford down in the valley yonder. His Court - knights and
dames - lay glittering on the edge of the glade. I made my