1. What do the snakes Tune and Fairweather provide for Godric?
The snakes Tune and Fairweather provide company for Godric. They are playmates and bedfellows. He eventually banishes them from his presence when he is in a bad mood.
2. How does Godric feel about Roger Mouse?
Godric feels that Roger Mouse is a sinner, though he is not a bad-hearted sinner. He loves Roger Mouse and is fond of his memories of their adventures together.
3. Describe the pictish king.
The pictish king has the gold eyes of a toad and a forked beard. He is cruel and drinks blood. On cold nights, he slits open a slave's belly and warms his feet in his bowels.
4. What are Godric's memories of his father, Aedlward?
Godric's memories of his father, Aedlward, are that his ears stood out like handles on a pot. He whistled through his teeth like the wind through wattle. Other than those things, he mostly remembers his father's absence.
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