A Spell for Chameleon - Chapter 3, Chasm Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Chasm Summary

After Cherie drops Bink off, he finds himself in front of a gigantic magical chasm in the earth, called the Gap. He wonders how he can possibly get across, but decides that he must find shelter, as dusk is near. As he walks through the forest, he realizes that he is much farther from the castle of Good Magician Humphrey than he thought. Finally, he finds a small farmhouse and offers the owners, Martha and her farmer husband, his service as a laborer in exchange for a night's lodging and food. Bink's offer is refused but the farmer convinces Bink to appear for him at a strange, unofficial rape trial the next morning.

At the trial, the identities of the victim as well as the accused attacker are shielded and the charges are not pursued because the victim did not scream...

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