Dagonet

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Dagonet

fool at the court of King Arthur, who knighted him. [Br. Lit.: Barnhart, 303]
See: Clowns
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(4) In Malory Sir Dagonet is "Arthur's fool.., only in the sense of clown or buffoon.
I pray you, what was Sir Dagonet? Was not he prentice to a grocer in London?
11-23), Mary Lascelles' "Sir Dagonet in Arthur's Show" (Shakespeare Jahrbuch [West] 96[1990]: 145-54), Edmund Reiss' Sir Thomas Malory (New York: Twayne, 1966), and even James Gollnick's "The Merlin Archetype and the Transformation of the Self" (Studies in Religion 19 [1990]: 319-29).