Crispin: The Cross of Lead - Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-30 Summary

Bear pushes Crispin to learn to play the recorder, and eventually Crispin is able to play a tune. Crispin is amazed and proud. Bear pushes him more, and he learns to play even better. Now Bear reveals that he would like Crispin to play while he performs. Crispin is pleased that Bear needs his help.

The next day they are walking down the road when they see pigeons disturbed in the distance. They hide and peek over a hill. Further down the road there are armed men waiting at the bridge. One of them is John Aycliffe, the steward of Stromford. Bear is shocked that the men are still following Crispin and thinks that there must be more to it than simply chasing a thief. They leave the road and avoid the men. That night they camp and Bear shows Crispin...

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