A Morbid Taste for Bones - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Columbanus takes his post at Saint Winifred's altar. He makes himself comfortable and soon is fast asleep. He awakens to a soft but persistent voice calling out to him. The voice calls his name then says, "my false servant, who blasphemes against my will and murders my champions, what will you say in your defence to Winifred?"(161-162). The voice accuses Columbanus of killing the man Winifred herself sent to enforce her will to remain in Gwytherin. Columbanus is terrified. He resists the voice's accusations and insists that he is not guilty. As Columbanus refuses to admit guilt, the form of the saint appears to him wrapped in grave rags. The form inches closer and closer to him, and he steps back until he finds himself against the wall. The woman in the grave rags is Sioned. She gets carried away and moves...

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