A Tale of Three Kings Characters

Gene Edwards
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David

David is the youngest son of a shepherd. David is given the job of watching over the sheep. This is a lonely job, but David passes the time by communing with the sheep and learning how to throw rocks. Soon this talent of throwing stones comes in handy when David uses it to save a sheep from a bear. Later, David will use his talent with stones to kill a giant named Goliath who has been tormenting the local village. David becomes a folk hero for this action, but does not like the attention it gives him.

As a child David is told he will someday be a great king. To train for this day, David is sent to live in the palace of a king. This king sees greatness in David and knows he will someday take his place. The king is mad and does not want...

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