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Song of the Knight
16 November 2013
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Once upon a time there was a knight who owned the most irritating magical sword in the world – it just wouldn’t stop singing!
However, there might just come a time when this infuriating habit has its advantages.
Song of the Knight
was created by Steven Ray at the
Ringling College of Art and Design
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