Riddie 11.5

Professor Kevin was giving a lecture on the life of aristocrats in the 19th century. “It was during a large festive gathering of nobility,” began Kevin, “when a fairly common occurrence took place. The queen suddenly attacked and killed the king. The crowd watched the entire scene, and then casually continued their party. In what situation in the 19th century would a crowd be so casual about the queen killing the king?”

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