In A Connecticut Yankee, Clarence tells Hank that he will not help him escape because there are too many guards. What other reason does Clarence give for refusing to help Hank escape from the dungeon?
Hank awakes to his dreary cell just as Clarence comes to see him. [ Hank pleads with Clarence to help him escape, but Clarence shrinks from the idea in fear?not because of the guards, but because of the enchantment that he believes looms over the dungeons: it is said Merlin has cast a spell over the prison, and no man dare escape lest he fall prey to whatever disaster Merlin has put in store.
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