Describe the king in the tale of melon city in 100 words.
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A state where the king was Just and placid enjoyed peace, liberty and justice. The king was titular and symbolic. The citizens enjoyed freedom of all kinds. The real governance of the country was in the hands of the citizens. In the poem 'The Tale of a Melon City' the king had to be hanged as the citizens ultimately wanted someone to be hung. The king could not defend himself. Even though the wisest man gave the verdict that the arch was the real culprit but the citizens wanted someone to be hanged. Ultimately, the king was hanged. This shows that in such a state where the king was just and placid the citizens influenced the fate of a king. The king was very soft and mild mannered. He rarely showed any displeasure and never frowned. He was impartial and influenced by others. He was just and placid and believed in justice. He always made sure that justice was imparted to his subjects.