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A Morbid Taste for Bones Setting & Symbolism

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The Abbey of Saint Peter and Saint Paul at Shrewsbury

The Abbey of Saint Peter and Saint Paul at Shrewsbury is the abbey that Prior Robert's monastery belongs to. Within the monastery is Brother Cadfael's beloved herb garden, which he tends to with the aid of Brother Columbanus and Brother John. Prior Robert sets off to obtain relics, claiming that his objective is the glory of the Abbey of Saint Peter and Saint Paul.

The Town of Gwytherin

The town of Gwytherin is the Welsh town where Saint Winifred's bones lie in the ground. Therefore, this is where Prior Robert's expedition must head when they set off to obtain Saint Winifred's bones as relics for their abbey. The town consists of a small, tightly knit community headed by rich landlords like Rhisiart and Cadwallon.

Bened's House

Bened is the Gwytherin's town smith. He holds many nightly gatherings in...

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