Sir Dinadan is one of the knights who serve King Arthur at Camelot. He is a prankster and a jokester, although Hank Morgan finds his sense of humor unfunny and outdated. He is the inadvertent cause of Hank’s duel with Sir Sagramore after Sagramore overhears Hank wish that that the Dinadan would die in his joust and mistakenly believes Hank’s comment is directed at him.
Sir Dinadan Character Timeline in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
The timeline below shows where the character Sir Dinadan appears in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 4: Sir Dinadan the Humorist
Chapter 9: The Tournament
...excerpt details long list of battles between knights. Notably, Sir Gareth defeats many men (including Sir Dinadan and Sir Sagramore) by changing the colors of his armor each time he returns to... (full context)