I think I've studied a grammar rule for quis in indirect discourse, but I can't find it. Do I have this right? I am uncertain about the grammar for quis in this sentence.
Boethius, Consolation of Philosophy, Book I, prose section 4
The author narrates his political fall, and its unfairness in relation to his upright actions.
Sed innocentiam nostram quis exceperit eventus vides. . . .
In clumsy English to let the Latin show: ...