# 6 The Student of Bellgut

There once was a student of Bellgut who did precisely as he was instructed by his dozent. Such a time came when the student began to ask questions to which the dozent had no answers. The dozent chastised the student for thinking out of context and confusing his superiors. Rather than be corrected in his behavior, the student took to his own and learned what it was that bewildered him so. By and by the student discovered a great many things that were of important use to people, while the dozent sat in contempt, spending his days arguing in favor of the old ways.

-Jeso, Theirn, y. 589 Crag 45