What makes Roland change his mind and follow Oliver's advice?

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The point at which Roland changes his mind and follows Oliver's advice is a pivotal moment in the text. However, it would be inaccurate to say Roland ever followed Oliver's advice, for, when Roland did decide to sound for help, Oliver rebuked him, saying,

Nay, it were foul disgrace On your noble kindred to wreak such wrong; They would bear the stain...

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