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Why was the king obsessed with his three questions?
The king was obsessed as he realized that he would able to administer his people better if he knew who to deal with when and what work to be done.
What were the three questions which the king wanted to be answered?
What proclamation did he make throughout his kingdom and why?
Why was the king not satisfied with the answers of learned men?
Why was the king advised to go to the magicians?
Whom did the king finally decide to consult and why?
Why did the king disguise himself as a commoner?
How did the hermit respond to the king's questions?
What did the king do when he saw the hermit was tired?
Who came running to them and why?
How did the king help the wounded man?
Who was the wounded man and why did he come to the woods?
Why did the wounded man want to kill the king?
What plan did the wounded man make to kill the king? Was he successful in his plan?
Why did the wounded man feel guilty at the end?
How did the wounded man ask for King's forgiveness?
How did the king treat the bearded man after knowing that he was his enemy?
How were the king's questions indirectly answered with his own actions?
Why do you think the hermit didn't answer the king's questions directly?

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