A Morbid Taste for Bones - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Father Huw gently reproaches Prior Robert. Father Huw explains to Robert how he could have gotten through to Rhisiart by entreating his generosity and pleading for the English, who are in desperate need for the saint's favors. Robert reverts to repeating his only solid argument, that the bishop and prince already approved of his plans. Huw continues to remind Robert that their approval is not enough. During Vespers, Prior Robert takes the stand and warns of Saint Winifred's wrath to anyone who stands in the way of her will to be transferred to the Shrewsbury monastery. Prior Robert conjures up the image of Prince Cradoc, who melted into the ground for his trespass against Winifred.

Huw advises Robert again to approach Rhisiart differently and try to fix matters between them. They agree to invite Rhisiart to dinner the next day to try and...

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