Morte d'Arthur,

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Fate is known as the power supposed to determine the outcome of events. I would classify King Arthur's death in "The Day of Destiny  as fate. The two dreams that Arthur experienced were predictions and warned him of what was to come. Even though Arthur was forewarned of his future misfortune, his death, as the ending result, proves that one cannot control his own destiny.

The first dream that Arthur had was the dream of the chair and wheel. Arthur dreamt that he was sitting on a chair, which could represent the throne, and the chair was attached to a wheel. The dream started out wonderfully with Arthur adorned in "the richest cloth of gold , as a king would be, but then suddenly the dream turned ugly and the wheel turned Arthur upside down, allowing him to fall into the deep dark water where h

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